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Independent Living Centre of Western Australia Inc.
The Independent Living Centre (WA) was founded in 1977 by Ms Freda Jacob as an information and advisory service on assistive equipment and technology. The organization has expanded and grown over the years, managed and driven by an effective Board of Management. The Strategic Plan was reviewed in 2010 and is a working document that assists the Management and staff to strive towards upholding the mission and vision for the ILC.
Our Vision is a community in which participation and inclusion are supported and valued
Our Mission is to provide independent information on Assistive technology and support services to enable informed choices for living
Making Choices Finding Solutions
The Independent Living Centre of Western Australia (ILCWA) is a not for profit organisation staffed by teams of qualified and experienced health professionals who provide customers who have disabilities, mobility and accessibility problems with personalised assistance to find the best solution for their needs that will maximise their quality of life.
Solutions include information, advice, support and training about suitable assistive technology and equipment, funding options, assessment and referral pathways, linking to community services, respite options and culturally appropriate care. Our services are accessed by people with disability, older people, their carers, service providers, health professionals, educators and suppliers, and Home and Community Care services providers via the Commonwealth Respite and Carelink Centre.
- Community access/Social participation
- Complex support
- High support
- Low support
- Disability Support Worker
- Residential Support Worker
- Team Leader