Ealing Centre for Independent Living. ECIL is an organisation of disabled people working to eliminate the barriers preventing disabled people from living full and independent lives.
Come to ECIL for everything you want to know about Disability, but were too afraid to ask. We offer advice, information and we can help you get what you need to live an independent life. It's FREE to join, so why not become a member.
Carers Picnic in the Park
Friday 25th July '14, 2pm to 5pm
The Ealing Carers' Centre staff are organising a picnic for all carers in Walpole Park on Friday 25th July, from 2pm to 5pm. We hope you can join us with your own picnic items. Lots to share and possibly stay on to enjoy the Jazz Festival later on that day. Please let us know if you coming by phoning 020 8840 1566.
Events and Activities
Disability Connect meetings
The Disability Connect has been involved in a number of marches and demonstrations, to make our views on the cuts known. Please keep checking this space for information regarding the next meeting. Thank you for your continued support.
Individual Budget Users Group (IBUG)
The next Individual Budget User Group (IBUG) will take place on Wed 3rd September '14, 2-4pm, at 1 Bayham Rd. Further details to follow.
ECIL Picture House is closed for the Summer months and will resume on Thursday 11th September '14, with a Bette Davis tribute.
We hope you all have a lovely Summer and look forward to seeing you back in the Autumn.
Coming to the Carers' Centre: four weekly information sessions on managing your own stress & anxiety levels, commencing Fri 9 May. Please book: 020 8840 1566 email@example.com.
The Centre is charity of the year at the Sainsbury's South Ealing Local branch and has just been granted £500 towards improving our IT equipment. The Carers' Centre team is delighted with this opportunity to improve our service.
IT for Idiots. Ring for an appointment for FREE individual tuition on getting started on computers
Calling carers in Hanwell – 4th Weds every month, drop in for coffee, conversation and to stay in touch
Counselling for carers – free & confidential. Please call 020 8840 1566 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for an appointment