CILPK are currently working a hybrid approach between the office and home working. 
Covid measures are in place. 
People are welcome to visit the office but it would be better to call or email ahead to ensure a Member of Staff is in the office. Individuals are asked if they can take a lateral flow test before attending the office and ensuring that they have no symptoms of Coronavirus. 
Call us on 01738 587282 or email us a Monday to Friday 09:30-5pm


“How many wheelchairs can you book on a train?”

Edinburgh Day Out

Find out here how our members got on going to Edinburgh 

CILPK day out to Edinburgh

Meal Makers

Cook-Diner Leaflet

Trip To London

Our Trustee Bob Bennett was on holiday to London, read his story about the adventure here


Taxi Prices

After a discussion at a recent members meeting the members thought it would be useful for everyone to know what the taxi prices are in Perth and Kinross.
You can see the price structure here

Current Surveys







From the 1st July 2015 ILF Scotland will be in charge of administrating ILF to Scottish users.  Users should not see any difference in their ILF.

If you want to contact ILF Scotland their contact details are below along with a link to a letter from the Chief Executive of ILF Scotland.

Address – ILF Scotland, Ground Floor, Denholm House, Almondvale Buisness Park, Almondvale Way, Livingston, EH54 6GA
Telephone – 0300 200 2022
Email –
Twitter – @ILFScotland

Please click here to see the letter from the Chief Executive of ILF Scotland which was sent to all Scottish ILF service users.

A couple of pictures of the group carrying out street audits






“Free Personal Care” 

From 1st April 2019 personal care is available to everyone aged over 16 years free of charge as part of their social care package (if assessed as eligible to receive personal care) Click the image below to find out more.  

Scottish Sensory and Equality Award

We were delighted to have been nominated in two categories at the Scottish Sensory and Equality Awards 2019, we are very pleased to say that we got the runners up spot in the “Outstanding practice, innovation and dedication to sensory loss and inclusion in a specific local area”

What Does Access, Equality and Independence Mean to You?

At CILPK we promote a barrier free, inclusive and equality minded environment for all disabled people, one that promotes independence and is based on dignity, choice and control.

Our organisation is run by disabled people for disabled people and we offer a range of services designed to ensure better access, greater equality of experience and meaningful improvements in our right to live independently with support where appropriate.

If you would like a chance to shape the environment and services across Perth and Kinross that affect you, whether you be physically disabled, learning disabled, have a sensory impairment (such as sight or hearing loss) or are experiencing mental ill health, please get in touch. We’d love to hear from you.

We are also open to non disabled people who have a genuine interest in the aims of the Centre and the work that it does.

Perth Accessibility Guide

Accessibility Guide Perth