The Project works closely with a wide range of external organisations and agencies to ensure service users are armed with information – to inform choices and gain appropriate support when needed. By signposting and introducing service users to these agencies they become more comfortable and confident about accessing these services independently.
Scottish Prison Service
Centre for Inclusive Living Perth and Kinross
CILPK evolved from Perth and Kinross Access group which was founded in 1982 to promote access in all environments. The name was changed to Centre for Inclusive Living Perth and Kinross in July 2012 allowing the Centre to focus on all elements of a disabled person’s life and to promote Independent Living.
CILPK is a unique organisation as it is independent from all other organisations. It is user led by members who have a wide range of disabilities and their issues drive the centres work. This set up allows for the vast experience and knowledge of the members to be utilised in all the projects we do. Membership is open to all disabilities and ages to provide a unified voice to help promote and shape an environment that is inclusive to all.
CILPK is an independent third sector organisation which liaises closely with a number of partners in the public, private and third sectors.