Archive for November, 2018

Trial in schools shows how eye gaze technology can support students to reach their full potential

Led by the Independent Living Centre WA, a pilot project that trialed eye gaze technology in schools has shown how this technology can support students with complex physical needs to learn, communicate and participate in recreation activities. The Engaging in Eye Gaze project has led to increased awareness amongst schools about how eye gaze technology […]

New Year to bring lots of ‘New’ to the ILC

By Steve Glew, Chief Executive Officer As 2018 draws to a close, our excitement increases about what’s to come in the new year for Independent Living Centre WA (ILC) and the people we are here to support. I would like to share some of these developments with you. A new name? The big question is […]

Accessible Eco Straws

By Karen Austin The humble drinking straw has been causing quite a stir in the last few months with conversations mostly focusing on the impact “single use plastic straws” or SUPS are having on the environment. There is no denying the negative impact that SUPS have had on the environment to date with The National […]