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by Jane Lakey
Author: Jane Lakey
Publisher: Policy Studies Institute (January 1, 1994)
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Independent Living Fund has closed. Users in England and Wales should contact their local authority if they need to discuss their care and support arrangements. On 6 March 2014, the government announced it would close the ILF on 30 June 2015. From 1 July 2015 responsibility for supporting ILF users in England passed to local authorities. Users in Wales will initially have their awards administered from the Welsh Independent Living Grant.
The Independent Living Fund was set up in 1988 to fund support for disabled people with high support needs in the United Kingdom, enabling them to live in the community rather than move into residential care. It is run as a non-departmental public body with an office in Nottingham and about 120 staff. It provides support to 19,000 disabled people with the highest levels of need at a cost of about £320 million
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