Community Information Sessions

ILC Health Professional showing a piece of assistive technolgoy to a young womanThe Independent Living Centre offers a variety of information sessions for people to learn more about the services we provide and other services  available in the Home and Community Care, Aged Care and Disability sectors.  Sessions can be customised to meet the needs of your group.

The ILC is a leading provider of community information sessions for:

  • People with disabilityCall out bubble with the following text, I just wanted to pass on my thanks to both Rebecca and Janice for attending the ‘Groovy Grannies’ session. I know the ladies really enjoyed the session and the information was very useful. They particularly liked the informal presentation which enabled them to ask questions. Kind regards, Hayley Cann Community Project Officer City of Wanneroo
  • Older people
  • Family members, friends and neighbours
  • Carers
  • Local Area Coordinators
  • Teachers and education assistants
  • Community groups, seniors groups and day centre groups
  • Support workers and aged care providers
  • Playgroups and community based support groups for children
  • Organisations and service providers in the disability, health, community care or aged care sectors
  • Students, including university and TAFE students, studying in the disability, education, health, community care, aged care and childcare sectors
  • Health professionals, including therapists, social workers, medical staff and pharmacists

The ILC can deliver information on a range of topics, including:

  • Overview of services at the ILC and how we can help
  • Overview of specific assistive equipment such as communication aids, mobility equipment or cooking aids
  • Accessing funding for equipment
  • Safe driving
  • Pathways for accessing aged care & disability services
  • Caring for people with dementia
  • Carer wellbeing

View our upcoming training, information sessions and events on our ‘What’s On’ page.

Community Information Sessions List 2017 (PDF, 228 KB)