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Our Work

Man measuring doorSocial Enterprises – Chargeable Services Access Audits

CILPK offer a fully qualified access audit service to anyone wishing to ensure their building and its approaches comply with legal requirements or best practice standards. Our auditors will do a personal appraisal and a full written report with suggested changes for what is still a competitive price.

Previous/current clients include:

  • Perth and Kinross Council Properties department (100 plus properties audited)
  • Historic Scotland
  • Famous Grouse
  • Balhousie Castle
  • Quality of Life Trust (+ LEADER FUND)- Community Halls P&K

Disability Awareness and Equality Training

CILPK offer a pan disability awareness and equality training package that can be tailored to suit the client’s needs. The training is provided by a mixture of trainers who are either expert in their field or expert through experience and it can comprise- training in wheelchair users opinions and physical disability, learning disability, sight impairment (macular degeneration and full sight loss), hearing impairment and thought provoking and insightful training around disability equality, the terminology we use and the assumptions we make etc. It has been universally praised and recommended by participants.

Previous/current clients include:

  • Perth and Kinross Council- Environment Service,Waste Services, Housing and Community Care
  • Kinross High School
  • Oakbank Primary School Brownie Pack
  • Various Perth and Kinross Taxi Drivers
  • Retailers
  • Bar Staff

For pricing details and to book either of these services please contact CILPK on 01738 500001 or

Monthly Members’ Meetings

These meetings are our membership’s opportunity to hear about each other’s concerns and to decide on how best to address certain issues through the Centre. Our members’ capacity to address things effectively is increased due to the pan disability understanding that is fostered in these Group events. Guest speakers are occasionally invited where appropriate.

Facebook, twitter, a monthly newsletter and this website are also used to make sure that members are up to date with all the latest goings on both locally and nationally. CILPK are fully committed to providing information to members and the public in accessible formats.

Individual and Group Advocacy Work

CILPK staff, its Board of Directors and members act on behalf of individuals, and groups of disabled people, to address issues of inequality, poor access and inclusion. These issues often come up at the monthly members’ meetings but CILPK will also respond to calls from the general public.

Liaison with the Public, Private and Third Sector

CILPK has worked hard to build, maintain and improve on its links with partners in various Council departments, Government at a local and a national level, and private and third sectors, believing this is the best way to exert influence and effect positive change, whilst not foregoing our right to protest and campaign on issues that are of importance to us.

Examples of current liaison work include:

  • Scottish Government Cross Party Working Group on Disability
  • Perth and Kinross Council Physical Disability Strategy Group
  • Perth and Kinross Council Disability Related Harassment Working Group
  • Anti Obstruction Campaign work with PKC Environment Service
  • Ongoing liaison with PKC Public transport Unit and Stagecoach Bus Services
  • Ongoing liaison work with PKC Licensing re taxi driver disability awareness
  • Ongoing liaison with Scottish Disability Equality Forum and a number of local and neighbouring third sector organizations e.g. PLUS Perth, Perth and Kinross Blind Society, Deaf Links, Guide Dog Association.
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