Independent Living Centre
Telephone: (08) 8266 5260
Fax: (08) 8266 5263
Post: 11 Blacks Road, Gilles Plains SA 5086
11 Blacks Road, Gilles Plains SA 5086
Please call to book an appointment.
Visitors need an appointment to see a health professional. Appointments are available Monday to Friday, 10am - 4pm.
Our inquiries line is open Monday to Friday, 9am - 4pm.
Closed public holidays.
Our services include:
The Independent Living Centre (ILC) of South Australia is a State Government funded service which provides information and advice on equipment, technology and techniques to assist people to improve their quality of life and maintain their independence.
The service is staffed by Occupational Therapists and a Registered Nurse (Continence Resource Centre) and is available to all members of the public, including people with a disability, injury or illness, carers, community groups, health professionals, organisations and students.
Phone or email a health professional for individualised advice. We will answer your questions, provide guidance in selecting the right equipment option for individuals and send information by post, fax or email.
You can browse through and trial an extensive range of equipment. Health professionals are available via appointment to provide assistance. Brochures, information sheets and product information are also available.
Appointments with a health prefessional are available Monday to Friday, 10am - 4pm.
Education and Training:
Our health professionals provide talks and displays for community groups and exhibitions, and can demonstrate a selection of equipment. We also deliver professional development workshops on equipment and related topics to health professionals, university and TAFE students. Please contact us for fee and topic information and to make a booking.
Our mobile unit outreach service is a statewide service for those living in rural and remote regions. We have a wheelchair-accessible caravan with a large selection of equipment and information sheets. The outreach service is staffed by a health professional to provide individualised advice. No appointments are necessary. Please contact us to find out when we are next visiting your area.
Information sheets on selecting equipment are available from the display or can be emailed or posted by request.
Contact us to make a booking if you require an Interpreter.
Continence Resource Centre (CRC):
The Continence Resource Centre (CRC) is a statewide continence information and advisory service located at the Independent Living Centre of South Australia. The CRC is affiliated with the Continence Foundation of Australia and is funded by the Department of Human Services.
Staffed by Registered Nurse/Continence Nurse Advisor, the CRC provides information and advice on bladder and bowel problems. Information is available to all community members including clients, carers, families and health professionals.
The services provided include: information and advice on continence management, continence services, continence product funding schemes and continence product information (including an extensive product display). Continence health promotion and education sessions are also provided by the service in both metropolitan and rural areas of the state. Fees may apply for education sessions.
The CRC information and advisory service is open Monday to Friday, 9am - 4pm, excluding public holidays. Please phone (08) 8266 5260 to make an appointment before visiting the centre. An interpreter is available by prior arrangement.
Please email CRC enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org