Independent Living Centres Australia (ILCA) is a collective network with member ILC's from each Australian state and the ACT.
To be recognised as the leading, collective, impartial voice for Assistive Technology.
To advance Assistive Technology policy and systems innovation with the Australian Government.
To encourage development of evidence for practice in understanding the economic benefits, social benefits and effectiveness of Assistive Technology.
To seek and identify emerging trends in Assistive Technology and advise of its application within the Australian context.
Our Philosophy and Values
Member ILC's provide independent, commercially unbiased, actionable information and advice to Government and policy-makers, and raises awareness of the role that Assistive Technology plays in enabling whole life participation in the broader community.
Member ILC's passionately pursue systematic engagement for the effective use of Assistive Technology in the broader community.
Member ILC's work collaboratively and collegially in the development and sharing of professional evidence based on knowledge in application of Assistive Technology optimising outcomes in the broader community.