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Just back from our summer holidays and rekindling the EalingHELP site. Is that something you can even do with a website?

I hope you managed to find time to enjoy yourselves and a bit of time to breathe and think uncluttered thoughts. Definitely in back to work mode here, there seems to be so much to catch up on. I'll be back on our events calendar now, adding details that people have been sending through. As always let me know if you've heard of anything that we can share with other parents. Every little helps.

Nick Radclyffe - Website Manager | 05 September 2017 | Email EalingHELP

“The website for parents/carers of children with disabilities living in Ealing”
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Dobsons Choice Dobson's Choice
Dobson's Choice will enable people who have no reading to find over 1000 websites that are Interesting, Relevant and Accessible. Websites are selected that have good multimedia or have information that is particularly interesting to people with learning disabilities. Read More
Carers Centre Carers Centre
A centre for carers where they can meet, relax, socialise, receive specialist support and advice.  Read More
Speech and Language Therapy
Speech and language therapy (paediatric) The Ealing Paediatric Speech and Language Therapy service works with children who have speech, language, communication and feeding difficulties. Read More
Ealing Parent Carers Forum Ealing Parent Carers' Forum
Our Ealing Parent Carer Forum was set up to give local parents a voice in planning and delivering services to children with disabilities/additional needs.  Read More
Introduction to EHC Plans Introduction to EHC Plans
A comprehensive introduction to EHC PLans writtten by Sean Kennedy, a barrister with DH Law.    Read More
Family Action run an impartial advice and support service for children and young people, aged 0-25 with additional needs, and their families. Read More
PACE Charitable Trust PACE Charitable Trust
PACE provide support and encouragement to young people aiming to succeed in athletics and sports. Read More
Pace Charitable Trust Pace Charitable Trust
PACE is a voluntary organisation promoting the inclusion of young disabled people in sports and leisure activities. They cater for young disabled people between the ages of 13 and 25 years old, their friends and siblings. Read More
Easy Read Short Breaks Statement 2017 Easy Read Short Breaks Statement 2017
This short breaks information is for children and young people 0-18 years old with a disability or complex needs and their families living in the London Borough of Ealing. Read More
Ealing  Bladder and Bowel Service Ealing Bladder and Bowel Service
The Bladder and Bowel Health Service caters for children of 4 years and above.  Read More
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#AutismHour #AutismHour
The National Autistic Society’s Autism Hour is the UK’s first week-long event, launching 2 October, where shops and services take 60 minutes to provide autistic people with a break from the overload of too much information. Read More
Bladder and Bowel Service Bladder and Bowel Service
This is a brief update on the Ealing Parent Carer Forum’s discussions with the CCG (Clinical Commissioning Group) about the problems with the Bladder & Bowel Service. Read More
Ealing Mencap Travel Skills Project Ealing Mencap Travel Skills Project
The Ealing Mencap Travel Skills Project offers a tailor-made support program of travel skills as an alternative for people who are unable to access free transport assistance from their borough. Read More
Ongoing Benefits Changes Ongoing Benefits Changes
This useful summary of ongoing benefits changes was included in the Contact a Family Summer Newsletter. Over the past few years the government has made a number of changes to the current benefit and tax credits system. Together these amount to the biggest shake up of the benefits system in gen... Read More
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Quickly check for any important meetings or events here. For other fun and sporty activities go to our events calendar page for more details.

Life in Ealing Minimize

Reaching the end of his First Year

Nick looks forward to Summer with Luke back at home. Read More...


So precious

Luke came home for Easter. Although it was a while ago, as time just keeps on slipping away, it was ... Read More...


Has that ever happened before?

This has probably been the largest gap between blogs since I took over at EalingHELP. Read More...


How have we been doing?

Whilst looking through some old files I came across this bit of research. Not quite sure of the date... Read More...


A smart phone

Luke has had a phone for quite a while now. We bought it originally when he started travel training ... Read More...


The first month

I'm delighted that I was accepted for membership.