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We provide information and advice to people about assistive technology solutions for independent living.
We are a recognised leader in the field of assistive technology and accessible built environments. We provide expertise through consultation, training and publications.
We are a registered training organisation providing VETAB approved, competency-based training for allied health and built environment professionals.
January 23, 2015
The partnership with the Telstra Foundation in the 2014 pilot project, brought the ILC Everyone Connects Team to run workshops in metro, regional and rural NSW. The overwhelmingly positive responses from participants, demonstrated the need for young people with communication disabilities have to experiment and learn. Workshop attendants were inspired to connect to the digital world!
The project is expanding nationally this year, aptly re-named to
Everyone Connects Australia (ECA). The ECA Team is developing more resources for public working and/or living with people with complex communication needs.
Looking forward to a Everyone Connects Australia!
Rebecca Chedid, Everyone Connects Australia Project Manager, ILC NSW
January 12, 2015
A big welcome today to Queenie Tran, MArch.
Queenie is an Architectural Designer and Access Consultant with experience and interest in assisting people to develop their Home Modification solutions. Queenie will work within our Access team and Training team. More about this work in the near future. Welcome aboard Queenie.
To talk to any of our staff please call 1300 452 679 or visit our display at Blacktown.
Check out our website, www.ilcnsw.asn.au and YouTube channel.
Video conferencing available by appointment.
January 8, 2015
Happy New Year everyone.
The ILCNSW was back on Monday 5-January after a short break. We believe 2015 will be another busy and exciting year in reaching-out and delivering services to our clients. Watch out for the dates of our popular AT workshops:
- Choosing AT, looking at the factors to consider
- Everyone Connects Australia ...for young people
You can Connect with ILCNSW by:
- post your comments, feedback, likes on facebook
- call ILC Infoline on 1300 452 679
- search the website www.ilcnsw.asn.au
- watch our YouTube channel as we upload our video collection
- drop in to experience our Smart Display at Blacktown
- or take the time-saving yet informative virtual display tour with just a few mouse-clicks or taps
We look forward to assisting you to find your AT possibilities in 2015.
29 April 2015
Venue: Dapto Ribbonwood Centre
Date and Time: 29 April 2015 (Wed) 11am-3pm
Location: 93-109 Princes Highway, DAPTO
ILCNSW is bringing ILC AT on Tour to Wollongong Region on 29-April. This FREE event is designed for people with disabilities, consumers, carers and family members. ILC is all about helping people to explore possibilities for choice. At this event, there will be Assistive Technology sessions and Focus Talks on:
. Mobility Options
. Self-care Options
. Communication Options
To find out Endless Possibilities, try our hands-on display and much more…. Register for the FREE ILC AT on Tour today!
Click here to Register online
.... Download tour flyer
Call Odelle on 02 9912 5806 or email email@example.com
28 - 29 May 2015
Venue: ILC, Blacktown
Address: Shop 4019, Level 4, Westpoint Shopping Centre
17 Patrick St, Blacktown NSW
Date: 28 and 29 May 2015
Time: 9:00am - 4:30pm
Instructors: Tracee-Lee Maginnity
This two day course covers clinical aspects of manual wheelchair prescription, and provides hands-on investigation of manual wheelchair features.
Areas covered include:
- Measuring a client for a manual wheelchair
- Clinical reasoning in manual wheelchair assessment
- Product knowledge and manual wheelchair feature update
- Transportation and handling of manual wheelchairs
- Environmental considerations and constraints
.... for more info
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14 August 2015
Venue: ILC NSW, Blacktown
Date and Time: 29th July 2014 (Wed) 9am-4:30pm
Address: Westpoint, Shop 4019, 17 Patrick St, Blacktown
Parking: Level 4 Carpark via Alpha St Express Ramp
Instructors: Tracee-Lee Maginnity, Rebecca Howard
With so many different pressure-relieving products on the market, how do you know which one to choose and when to apply it? Discover the features and properties of the various products and find out how to apply them to clients at risk of developing pressure sores.
This course includes an overview of pressure and covers the following:
- Identify pressure sore risks
- Pressure sore management methods
- Critical assessment of cushion features and properties
- Clinical reasoning for cushion selection
- Introduction to pressure mapping as a tool
.... for more info
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