Ealing Partners represents people with a learning disability at Ealing’s Learning Disability Partnership Board. The Power Group is made up of 10 elected reps who speak up for people with a learning disability about important local issues.
Ealing Specialist Advice Service available to people with additional needs living in Ealing.
PAI helps parents and families prepare their children for independence in the local community.
RealMe supports adults with learning disabilities to develop social and life-skills in an innovative and exciting way.
The Personal Assistant Service is able to provide care and support to adults and children living in Ealing and the surrounding boroughs who have learning or physical disabilities, including those with complex needs.
We work with young people who are preparing to leave school or college. We also work with young people who have left college and are stuck at home with nothing to do.
Ealing Mencap’s Travel Buddy Project gives adults with disabilities the support they need to travel safely, and more independently, on public transport. This support often helps them to access many day services, employment, education and social opportunities that they would otherwise not be able to get to.
The Travel Training Project teaches students with disabilities to travel independently on public transport to their school or college. We support students from all over Ealing who are aged between 11 and 25 years old.