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The ILC provides information and advice, assessment, funding and hire services that enable Western Australians of all ages and abilities to live more independent and fulfilling lives.

Service areas include community allied health and home modification services, carer support and respite, assistive technology and equipment, Noah’s Ark WA Toy Library, occupational therapy driver assessment, Home and Community Care regional assessment, and grants and equipment funding.

The ILC is a not-for-profit organisation staffed by experienced health professionals who aim to help people find solutions for living independently.

The ILC’s services are accessed by people with a disability, older people, their carers, service providers, health professionals, educators and suppliers.