Archive for May, 2014

How can we provide better linkage between services?

Imagine moving to another country, another culture, you have been victim to extreme domestic violence, you don’t speak or understand a word of the language spoken by the people where you now live, you don’t drive and you have four children to care for. Where do you go and who do you turn to? I […]

At work with Assistive Technology

Assistive technology can be key to enabling people with a disability to participate in all areas of society including employment. Kirsty is passionate about people with a disability being employed in mainstream employment and her story challenges the perception by many employers that people with a disability may require all sorts of high tech equipment […]

ILC launches new training services

On 30 April 2014, the Independent Living Centre WA (ILC) launched its new training services at an event attended by a range of health professionals, educators, and service providers, all of whom were interested to find out how the ILC can meet their training needs. With over 35 years experience and staffed by expert health […]

Research: Private vehicle access, modification and trip planning by people with disability.

WA consumers are being asked to contribute to national research being conducted in NSW into the experiences of people with disabilities using private modified vehicles. Please consider completing this questionnaire to ensure WA ‘s unique perspective is included in outcomes. This is a notice about a research study being conducted by the University of Technology, […]