Assistive Equipment Services

Our Nedlands Display Floor has now reopened after the refurbishment.

If you would like to visit the display floor, please phone our friendly team members prior on         9381 0608 to ensure we have what you are looking for. Find out more about the changes here.

Information and Advisory Service

ILC’s experienced customer service officers and health professionals can provide information and advice to help people choose and access the most appropriate equipment, technology and home modifications to support greater independence and improved wellbeing.

Further assistive equipment and technology support

To complement this service and to provide more comprehensive support, the ILC also provides allied health services in the home and community, including assessment, prescription, training and support to use assistive equipment and technology that will enable people to better manage tasks in the home, school, work or wider community. Fees may apply for these services.

Assistance for a wide range of assistive equipment and technology

Assistive equipment and technology includes any piece of equipment that allows an individual to perform a task that they would otherwise be unable to do, or increase the ease and safety with which a task can be performed. It can make it easier for people to manage their day to day activities. Other common terms include aids and equipment or home healthcare. The ILC provides information and support for a wide range of assistive equipment and technology including:

  • telecare technology such as emergency call systems, environmental sensors and GPS locators;
  • mobility devices, such as wheelchairs and mobility scooters;
  • telecommunications including telephones and mobile phones;
  • bathing, showering, toileting and dressing aids;
  • kitchen, eating, drinking and cooking equipment;
  • cushions, seating, beds and mattresses;
  • lifting and transferring products such as hoists, mats and cushions;
  • selecting a child car restraint (car seat) for a child with special needs;
  • home modifications including grab rails, ramps and bathroom modifications;
  • assistive technologies and communication aids; and much more.

Contact our Assistive Technology Services team about your needs today. Call (08) 9381 0608 or email

We have developed a collection of ‘Help Sheets‘, covering a diverse range of topics to help guide you through your decision making process prior to purchasing equipment or technology.

How we can help you Search the National Equipment Database
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Helpful Information & Resources Making Choices, Finding Solutions Guide
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Referral Forms for Assistive
Technology Appointments

Contact Us

Enquiry Line
Telephone: (08) 9381 0608
Toll Free: 1300 885 886 – Local call from WA
Skype: ilcwahelp
Fax: (08) 9381 0611

Opening Times

The ILC Assistive Technology Services enquiry line is open Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 5:00pm WST.

Watch our new videos below:

Freda’s and Hal’s story – Living independently at home in their 90s

Freda’s and Hal’s story takes us into the lives of the married 97-year-olds who were able to live independently in their own home and get out and about in the community until, sadly, Freda passed away in May 2017. See how they lived life the way they wanted to with a range of different assistive equipment.

Paul’s story – Getting the most out of life with assistive equipment

Paul’s story demonstrates how he gets the most out of life with the use of assistive equipment. Paul and his wife Paula live on a five acre property with three horses, three dogs and their daughter Brenna. Paul, a father, husband and retired Country Ambulance Services Manager, has paraplegia, a condition which restricts his ability to move his legs. Through the use of assistive equipment specifically prescribed for him, including a wheelchair and scooter, Paul is able to participate in life and his community the way he wants to.