IWA has youth activities across the country so you can click here to send us a request for more info.
You can also click here to find contact details to your nearest centre and they will be able to give you information on what the services they provide.
We have a list of youth activities across the country so click here to find info on what is going on in your area.
People with disabilities often have very specific housing and accommodation requirements. There are a variety of options available to meet each individual’s circumstances.
To learn more about the options available to you, including the direct provision of housing, housing information or advice on housing services and supports, please click here to go to the IWA Housing Microsite.
You can also get in touch with your nearest IWA Centre and they will be able to support you to find answers to questions. Click here to find your nearest centre.
Young people can apply to become registered volunteers from the age of 16 years.
Click here to fill in the form and we will be in touch to start the process.
Volunteers do a lot of different jobs in IWA so check it out to find out if there is something that interests you. Click here to read some testimonials from our volunteers.
Accessible housing for people with disabilities is vital to living in the community and remaining independent. Sometimes adaptations are necessary in an existing house to make it accessible for a person’s changed needs.
There are two grants available through your local authority so you can enquire from them or click here to find more information on the Housing Adaptations Grant schemes.
There are a number of options open to someone who wish to have a Personal Assistant:
The Application process for a Personal Assistant is different in each area and also depends on who will ultimately fund the service.
You can click here to find contact details to your nearest IWA Office with an Assisted Living Service Coordinator and they will be able to give you information on what the services the IWA can provide and how to you can apply for the Personal Assistant Service you want.
IWA offers a range of Motoring services that support people in gaining increased independence and mobility. Advances in technology and design have supported changes to open up access to transport for disabled drivers and passengers.
IWA has an Information Office that can take queries on a range of issues, click here to see contact details.
The Citizen’s Information Centres are great for finding out information. Their staff are trained to assist people in finding answers to questions so check out this link to find the centre near you.
There are Youth Information Services across the country so check out this link to see if there is one in your area.
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