Support services for people with disabilities


Support services meet people with disabilities in their place of life and take place where they are most convenient. People are supported in implementing the program so that it supports them in living independently, engaging in daily tasks, and advancing their participation in society.

Schedule a phone call and we'll work out how a service works for you together.


You will receive a call

When we call you, you'll need to answer a few questions. Then we'll find a counselor who's right for you, and arrange a time for you to meet and talk. If you'd like to bring someone with you for the interview, it's a good idea to mention that in your call.


You meet the counselor.

You will meet with a counselor, and together you will explore what services may be right for you, and what the next steps are. Sometimes you have to meet more than once.


Regular communication

The consultant will be at your disposal and will help you apply for services and resolve a number of issues. Please do not hesitate to call the advisor if you need any assistance.

Am I entitled to services?

To be eligible for support services, you must meet the following criteria:

  • Own legal residence in Reykjavík.
  • Be assessed in need of support under the Reykjavik Support Services Policy.
  • Have a confirmed disability diagnosis.
  • Be 18 years old.
  • Live independently or in parent houses.

People aged 67 and over may be eligible for support services if their impairment is not age-related. Children and young people under the age of 18 can receive support services tailored to their needs.

Where can I find out more?

Support services for people with disabilities are provided on the basis of the following laws and regulations:

The National Welfare Service Centre staff provide more information on support services for people with disabilities. You can also call CoR's Customer Service at: 4 11 11 11 or email