The Independent Living Centre WA is a registered National Disability Insurance Scheme provider.
For over 30 years the ILC has been the leading provider of information and advice about assistive equipment and technologies that can help people to:
- be more independent and better manage tasks at home ;
- communicate and learn; and
- be active in their communities.
Our speech pathologists and occupational therapists are respected for their experience, knowledge and skill working with the latest assistive equipment, technologies and communication aids.
NDIS and WA NDIS participants can now access a range of additional equipment and technology services to achieve goals identified in their plans.
Make a referral
If you would like to choose the ILC to provide you with services as part of your plan, you or your Planner/Coordinator can complete the referral form below. Once we receive a referral form we will provide you with a quote for our services. By completing a referral form you are under no obligation to choose the ILC as your provider.WA NDIS and NDIS Referral Form
ILC in Busselton
ILC has established a base in Busselton to better service people living in the Lower South West region of Western Australia. More information about the service we provide in Busselton can be found here.
Did you know?
A range of kitchen gadgets and appliances can make cooking and preparing drinks easier. You may have identified in your plan that you would like to be more involved in the preparation of meals and some of these products may support you to achieve this.
New and mainstream smartphones, computers and tablets can help you to improve your communication, connect with others and feel safer in your home. Maybe you want to order your own meal at a restaurant or contact a relative using Skype?
Technology that assists with mobility can help you to get out and about more safely. Maybe you are catching a new bus or going to a new place? There are gadgets that let you share your location with carers or family, so that everyone can put their mind at ease.
Perhaps you need help to read bills or an email from a friend? Software and apps are available to assist with learning and literacy difficulties. Learn to read, improve your maths skills, write an email independently or get on Facebook to connect with friends and family.
Modified equipment and technology could make recreation or leisure activities possible. Would you like a customised bike or all terrain wheelchair so you can join your friends and family in outdoor activities?
Please contact us to discuss how we can support you to achieve your goals and live the life you choose.Consider assistive technology in your WA NDIS/NDIS Plan
View more information about the NDIS and WA NDIS My Way schemes here