Inverclyde Council on Disability (ICOD) is a campaigning organisation aimed at helping improve the quality of life for disabled people.
- Provide information and advice on a range of topics, from mobility issues to accessible holidays and leisure activities
- Sell Radar Keys
- Shopmobility service (see separate entry for Inverclyde Shopmobility)
- Visually impaired people guiding service (see separate entry for Inverclyde Shopmobility)
- Also provide a voice for disabled people in Inverclyde by campaigning on issues raised by members
- Deliver training on the Disability Discrimination Act and provide a package of Disability Equality Training
- Can provide an Access Report Service
- Hire out a range of loop equipment to help hearing aid users participate in a variety of settings.
Membership is free, though for Shopmobility members the cost is £33.00 per annum for use of equipment. £6.00 one off visitor payment. There is also the option for hiring equipment over a longer term basis.
Monday – Friday, 9.00am – 4.30pm
Shopmobility is open Monday – Saturday, 10.00am – 3.45pm
10 Clyde Square
Last updated: July 1, 2020 4:30 pm