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.
Lloyds Bank Community Fund 2013
HOORAY, we won!
Many thanks to all of you who voted for ECIL. We have won the 1st prize - £3,000 - which will prove extremely useful in supporting small start-up groups at our Bayham Road centre. For more information, please phone Ellen on 020 8840 8717.
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
The last Individual Budgets User Group (IBUG) took place on Wednesday 22nd May. The topics included the Independent Living Fund and Personal Budgets. Please contact David Hunt on 020 8280 2256 for details of the next meeting.
ECIL Picture House is showing 'Miracle on 34th Street' on Thursday 12th December '13.
FREE for all ECIL members.
Tea, coffee and biscuits served at 2.00pm - film starts at 2.15pm.
For more info, please phone 020 8840 8717.
A West London Social and Peer Group, run by the RLSB, will offer fun, training & outings. Details from Noel: 07887 714643 or 020 7808 6111
The Carers’ Centre free 5-week course returns in November, for family carers who want to gain confidence in accessing support and finding more time for themselves. Ring Cecilia on 020 8840 1566 or email email@example.com
Counselling for disabled people – free & confidential. Please call 07738 214965 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for an appointment
(wheel)Chair Yoga – A gentle form of yoga practiced sitting in a chair or standing using a chair for support. £2.50 per session.
Artisticus 1 – paint, draw and find a talent you never knew you had! Cost: £1