Skip to main content

Travel Skills

Local Offer

The Travel Skills Project offers a tailor-made support program of independent travel skills as an alternative for people who are unable to access free transport assistance from their borough.

This service is available to people with disabilities and enables people to develop vital independent travel skills. Due to the person centred nature of this service we are able to offer different travel training packages ranging from general road safety skills through to comprehensive training enabling people to independently travel a specific route.

How does it work?

An experienced Travel Trainer will meet with you and complete an in-depth assessment in order to find out what support you will need. Based on the assessment, you will be offered a bespoke package of Travel Training Skills at an hourly rate. Once you have accepted your package, Travel Training will be delivered by one of our experienced Travel Trainers. 

Who pays for the training? 

Anyone can pay for Travel Training including parents/carers or any supporting organisation such as schools or social services. 

 

To find out more call 0208 280 2265  or email travel.skills@ealingmencap.org.uk

Service details

Age Range
11 - 45

How we support SEND 

SEND Details

Travel Skills is aimed at supporting anyone with SEN and disabilities to increase their skills and confidence in the community. 

Environment

placements are person centred to meet the individual needs 

Who to contact

Name
Cathy Back
Telephone
0208 280 2265
Email
travel.skills@ealingmencap.org.uk
Website
http://www.ealingmencap.org.uk/services/travel-skills
Is this information correct? Please sign in to update your record.
View Travel Skills contact details.
View Travel Skills contact details.

Public disclaimer:

The role of this directory is to provide information. It is your personal responsibility to make sure that organisations are appropriate and safe for you, your child or young person before they attend. Please read our guide to staying safe - things to consider

Back to top
Feedback