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National Centre for Electronic Assistive Technology (NCEAT), Wales

Hub - covering: 
Wales (North and South)
Rookwood Hospital, Fairwater Road, Llandaff
029 2031 3914; 029 2031 3976
Dr Jeffrey Morris
Additional Contact:  
Mary Dunningham
Area covered 

All Wales

Population served 

All ages, all abilities/disabilities requiring specialist EAT intervention.

Services provided 

The EAT Service in Wales is organised nationally and is funded via the Specialist Services Commissioners (Wales Heath Specialist Services Commission)

All aspects of EAT services are provided (including AAC, Env Ctrl, Comp Access) in addition to Functional Electrical Stimulation.

The full gamete of provision is included, from assessments and short term trials, through to long term loan, maintenance and withdrawal.


We have multidisciplinary workforce (Clin Sci, SLT, OT, Clin Tech, TI and Admin) based in four locations across Wales, with the NCEAT being the headquarters.

Funded by 

NHS Wales (via specialist service commissioning)

Year set up 
  • Env Ctrl – 1979
  • AAC – 1985
  • Comp Access – 1985
  • FES 2007
  • All Wales EAT – 2009
Referral process 

The EAT Service Wales accepts referrals on a standardised referral form from any HCPC registered healthcare professional. Once referred the triage system identifies the patient's likely needs and prioritises the referral. If local service input is required (default), the relevant professional services are involved in the assessment and trials process.