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Glasgow Centre for Inclusive Living is run by disabled people for disabled people. We believe that barriers disable people, not impairments. Our support, payroll, training, housing, employment and consultancy services enable disabled people to assert more control over their lives as equal citizens.


We are experiencing difficulties retrieving our mail but are working to remedy the situation.  If you have recently posted something to us and kept a copy would you please send it again via email (if you can).  If you don't have the email address of the member of staff please either send to with a note of who it is for or phone 0141 550 4455 and we will be happy to share the relevant email address with you.


Personal Assistant Support

GCIL is seeking to identify Personal Assistants, working in Glasgow, who may be available to work on a temporary basis to assist services users whose PAs are currently unable to work due to illness or requiring to self-isolate.

If you are an existing PA who has available hours, and would like to work on a temporary basis with another service user, please complete the PA Support form on this web page.

For more information about how and why we use and protect the personal data of individuals we work with, and your data protection rights, please see our summary privacy notice on the GCIL website - /privacy-notice you will be contacted by a member of GCIL staff if we identify a service user who may have a suitable job opportunity.


Self-isolation for social care staff

Donna Bell, Director, Mental Wellbeing and Social Care, Scottish Government, has issued a letter outlining the current self-isolation policy for social care staff:

Within social care a high number of staff isolating would put additional pressure on already fragile services, therefore, we would like to emphasise that current guidance for social care (and healthcare staff) should still be applied with one important addition DL(2021)24 - Update on isolation exemptions for Health and Social Care staff (

This existing isolation policy for staff who are household or passing contacts of covid-19 positive cases, exempts them from the requirement to self-isolate for 10 days when they:

  • are double-vaccinated;
  • are asymptomatic and remain asymptomatic,
  • undertake PCR test (which returns a negative test result before returning to work), and;
  • undertake daily LFD testing for the remainder of the 10 day period.

An important addition to this is that staff must be double vaccinated and had their booster.

Please see here to read in full.

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One-to-one assistance, advice, information and training for disabled people who want to manage their own self-directed support.

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A range of payroll options that take the strain out of employing personal assistants and paying providers.

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GCIL Training provides a range of equality courses which are influenced by the experience of disabled people who are part of a worldwide Disability Movement

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GCIL Housing services aim to help disabled people in housing need by providing a range of information, advice and advocacy services.

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GCIL Employment programmes aim to raise the employability of disabled people be enhancing skills, qualifications and confidence to prosper in today's competitive employment market.

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Accessible meeting room

Our fully accessible conference facilities are available for hire. See here for costs, specimen menus and an online booking facility.

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Equality Academy

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GCIL Equality Academy addresses the under-representation of disabled people in professional level employment in Scotland. We also work with organisations to promote equality values throughout all of their services.

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