Corporate report

Twenty-seven years of the Independent Living Fund

The report 'twenty-seven' presents the learning developed by ILF during the 27 years it supported over 46,000 disabled people.

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twenty-seven: 27 years of providing independent living support

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‘Twenty-seven’ contains a series of articles, each penned by a different author, and captures 27 distinct learning points about how the organisation operated and what worked well.

On 6 March 2014, the UK government announced it will close the ILF on 30 June 2015. From 1 July 2015 responsibility for supporting ILF users in England and Wales will pass to local authorities in line with their statutory responsibilities. The newly created ILF Scotland will administer payments in line with current awards to users in Scotland and Northern Ireland.

Published 4 June 2015