About Us

Sunshine Coast Independent Living Service provides a range of flexible tailored services to people with a disability to promote their independence.

We support our customers to develop independence in the community and the confidence and resilience to adjust to the changes of everyday life. 

Our services are uniquely designed to the individual requirements of every customer. Just as no two people are the same, we believe in making our services the best fit for our customers rather than making them fit into pre-existing ‘boxes’.

Provider Number 4050021684

ID 4-433c-1741

Our Vision

To support people with a disability to access and connect with their local community and live as independently as possible.

Our Mission

To support people with a disability to develop skills for life by providing flexible, tailored personal development services that foster independence, confidence & resilience.

Our Values

Our core values underpin the quality service we deliver to every customer:

 Integrity

Compassionate Understanding

Respect

Individuality

Governance

Membership of management committee

(1) The management committee of the association consists of a president, treasurer, and any other members the association members elect at a general meeting.

(2) A member of the management committee, other than a secretary appointed by the management committee, must be a member of the association.

(3) At each annual general meeting of the association, the members of the management committee must retire from office, but are eligible, on nomination, for re-election.

(4) A member of the association may be appointed to a casual vacancy on the management committee.

The Objects for which the Association is established are:

(a) to support people, with a disability, their family members and their carers.

(b) to promote support services which enable people who have a disability to live independently, within their local community.

(c) to promote a framework of support which allows these people and their families to make effective decisions, while upholding their privacy, dignity and confidentiality .

(d) to ensure that the developmental needs of people are met through the provision of ongoing life skills development and involvement in community activities.

(e) to promote and advocate on behalf of people with a disability to ensure that they have access to community services and that their individual needs are met in the least restrictive way possible.

(f) to offer support and encouragement to people to participate and be included in the life of the community.

(g) to promote and uphold the legal and human rights of each person with a disability.

Please join SCILS’ Association    Membership Application 2017-18 Template

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