SCIL Members are asked to agree that they support SCIL aims.
- To work with and encourage disabled people to take control over their lives and achieve full participation in society – at home, at work and in the community.
- To strengthen the participation and voice of disabled people within the planning, delivery and monitoring of resources and services to support independent living.
- To work in partnership with the public, private, voluntary, community and faith sectors in the best interests of disabled people.
- To deliver responsive, high quality and professional services and projects that meet needs identified by disabled people to support independent living.
SCIL Members will promote:
- A social approach to disability - a factsheet is available on our website or on request
- Social inclusion
- An influential voice for disabled people.
Basic Terms of Membership
- Membership is free and is open to individuals or organisations
- Membership entitles you to receive our newsletter and regular information bulletins. Full members are entitled to vote at our Annual General Meeting.Associate members are not able to vote at the AGM
- The Directors must keep a register of names and addresses of members.
- Members must not present themselves as spokespersons for SCIL under any circumstances, without prior permission.
- Membership does not give members the right to use SCIL’s name to promote their work or personal objectives by implying in any way that SCIL approves or supports their projects or initiatives.
- By applying for membership, you agree to membership conditions. Breaking any of these conditions may lead to SCIL’s Board reviewing, and possibly terminating, your membership.
- The Board is entitled at its discretion to accept or refuse any application to membership.
Full rules for SCIL (Memorandum and Articles of Association), including membership information, can be requested by contacting SCIL office.
Please complete your application on the Membership Form