Age UK Ealing offers a free and confidential information and advice service for older people, their families and carers in the London Borough of Ealing.
Age UK Ealing Information and Advice Service is a consortium partner of the Ealing Advice Service (EAS) funded by Ealing Council and NHS Clinical Commissioning Group.
Our partners include Ealing Mencap, Deaf Plus, Ealing Centre for Independent Living (ECIL), Family Action, Havelock Family Centre, Ealing Advice Forum, MIND in Ealing and Hounslow, Nucleus and Parents of Ealing Self-Help training Scheme (P.E.S.T.S).
The consortium handles over 2,000 enquiries per quarter and offers free and confidential advice and support on a wide range of subjects including:
- welfare benefits
- transport and travel
- social care
- immigration advice
- debt and money management
- general advice
Our Information and Advice centre is based at our office in West Ealing. We provide advice and information to people aged over 50 who live in the borough of Ealing and the people who care for them. If we are unable to deal with the issue ourselves, we will find another organisation who have the expertise and knowledge and refer you on.
Age UK Ealing also provides other Information and Advice services to older people, as part of its commitments as an Age UK partner.