Independent Living Fund
ILF Scotland was established in July 2015 following the UK Government’s closure of the UK ILF, to safeguard the rights of disabled people in Scotland to live independent lives.
The public body ILF Scotland administers the fund on behalf of the Scottish Government. The fund enables disabled people with high support needs to choose to live in their communities.
ILF Transition Fund
The ILF Transition Fund opened in Dec 2017 and is focused on supporting young disabled people, aged between 16 to 25, who are at an important transitional stage in their lives. This fund aims to promote independence, community participation, social inclusion and confidence amongst young disabled people, improving outcomes to help make a smoother transition from childhood into adulthood.
Find out more information and about how to apply at: ILF Scotland