Welcome to our new-look website
We’ve been revamping our website at www.ilf.scot
ILF Scotland is a public body, governed by a Board of Directors, appointed by and accountable to Scottish Ministers. We also deliver services in Northern Ireland, working with the NI Department of Health.
We’ve been working hard to make the website more modern and accessible and would welcome your feedback.
Please contact us with any comments – or if you need help to access any particular content or if you can’t find a document you are looking for.
This website highlights the two funds managed by ILF Scotland.
- Our 2015 Fund is designed to help people with complex disabilities live independently. It supports people in Scotland and Northern Ireland.
- Our Transition Fund is for young disabled people aged 16-25 and operates in Scotland only. It offers funding of up to £4,000 to help people try new activities and experiences.
Our Fund pages include useful information and guides, as well as answers to frequently asked questions.
Our publications section highlights key documents including annual reports, minutes of Board, Advisory and Stakeholder Groups, newsletters and other reports. In most cases we've provided text only web versions - as well as downloadable PDFs or Word documents.
Guiding our work are our ILF Scotland policies. You'll also find additional policies that are specifically for our activities in Northern Ireland and other policies relating to our Transition Fund.
We’ve also provided a range of ways for you to contact us.
Thank you for visiting our website. We hope you find it useful and enjoyable.