Short term accommodation - Respite

Short-term accommodation (STA) support assists a person with a disability to have a short stay away from their regular home.

Our STA supports can give you and your carers a break, and enable you to try new things and make new friends. You’ll return home feeling happy and refreshed.

We have highly experienced STA support workers who are committed to keeping you safe and providing a nice break.

Our staff will give you all the support you need while you’re away – such as personal hygiene, cooking, eating, etc – and the home is set up with all the equipment you need every day.

Specialist Disability Accommodation

Specialist disability accommodation (SDA) is specially designed housing for people with a disability who have high support needs or extreme functional impairment.

Residents in SDA housing often need special housing features for accessibility, such as handrails and lower counters. They might also need assistance with everyday tasks like mobility, eating and drinking, hygiene, and personal care.

Our staff provide supports to people with complex support needs live more independently and build new skills.

We can provide the most suitable housing for you, including shared accommodation, apartments, granny flats, or another accommodation type.

Support Coordination

Our support coordination service will help you get the most out of your NDIS funding and coordinate the right supports for you.

We have a team of experienced and friendly support coordinators who can help you fully understand the support options available to you in your plan.

We can also consider what other supports you might need and help you use your funding in the best way to meet your goals.

We also want to help build your confidence and skills, so you can coordinate your own supports if that’s something you would like to do.

 

Personal Care Supports

Personal care supports are designed to assist people with a disability who find it challenging to manage their own personal care.

This funding provides assistance with daily personal tasks, including showering, dressing, toileting, eating, mobility around the home, and getting out to appointments and shopping.

It might also include tasks like paying bills, taking medication and spending time with friends.

We can provide personal care supports whether you live alone or with other people, and even when you’re on holidays away from home.

Even if you live with your family, you might prefer our friendly, respectful support staff to help you with more intimate tasks, rather than a family member or friend.

Domestic Household Task

Some people with a disability find it difficult to perform daily tasks around the home, like cooking, cleaning, washing up and vacuuming.

Our friendly and experienced support staff can assist you regularly with chores around your home, like cleaning the kitchen, bathroom, living areas and bedrooms. This includes cleaning the toilet, oven, fridge, cupboards and any other hard-to-reach areas.

They can bring you new sheets, towels, bath mats, mattress protectors and any other linen requirements you have.

Our staff can also help with external tasks, like grocery shopping, gardening and garbage disposal. They can prune trees and remove weeds to keep your yard looking presentable.

This support is vital to keep your home environment healthy and safe for you to live in.  

Travel and Appointment Supports

Travel and transport can be challenging when you live with a disability. But we believe everyone deserves the freedom to go where they need to go.

Our travel and appointment supports include a range of different services, depending on your goals and needs. You might need us to drive you to appointments, shopping and other regular outings, and take you home again.

No matter what type of travel and transport support you need, we have trained and fully licensed staff who can provide safe and convenient transport.

Social and Community Participation

Getting out and about in the community and spending time with family and friends can be essential for your health and wellbeing.

The ‘Assistance with Social and Community Participation’ support can help you meet your goals for participating in community, social or recreational activities. Our support staff can help you:

1. Travel to and from concerts, movies, libraries, community events and sporting clubs.

2. Participate in a course.

3. Spend time at a social outing.

4. Go on holidays or a camping trip or other activities that increase your skills.

Supported independent living

Supported independent living (or SIL) can help people with a disability live independently in their own home while getting the support they need.

Residents might need help with everyday tasks and activities, like cooking, dressing, shopping, cleaning, or showering. We can give you this support 24 hours a day including weekends and public holidays.

The focus is on helping you increase your skills while giving you support so you can live as happily and independently as possible.

When you’re in SIL, you may also be sharing your accommodation with other friendly NDIS participants. This gives you a wider network of companions to help you live a happy, and meaningful life.

We will help you determine your needs, and find the right housing and support services for you. Our experienced and friendly staff are there to ensure your safety and wellbeing.

Short term accommodation - Respite​

Short-term accommodation (STA) support assists a person with a disability to have a short stay away from their regular home.

Our STA supports can give you and your carers a break, and enable you to try new things and make new friends. You’ll return home feeling happy and refreshed.

We have highly experienced STA support workers who are committed to keeping you safe and providing a nice break.

Our staff will give you all the support you need while you’re away – such as personal hygiene, cooking, eating, etc – and the home is set up with all the equipment you need every day.

Specialist Disability Accommodation

Specialist disability accommodation (SDA) is specially designed housing for people with a disability who have high support needs or extreme functional impairment.

Residents in SDA housing often need special housing features for accessibility, such as handrails and lower counters. They might also need assistance with everyday tasks like mobility, eating and drinking, hygiene, and personal care.

Our staff provide supports to people with complex support needs live more independently and build new skills.

We can provide the most suitable housing for you, including shared accommodation, apartments, granny flats, or another accommodation type.

Support Coordination​

Our support coordination service will help you get the most out of your NDIS funding and coordinate the right supports for you.

We have a team of experienced and friendly support coordinators who can help you fully understand the support options available to you in your plan.

We can also consider what other supports you might need and help you use your funding in the best way to meet your goals.

We also want to help build your confidence and skills, so you can coordinate your own supports if that’s something you would like to do.

 

Personal Care Supports​

Personal care supports are designed to assist people with a disability who find it challenging to manage their own personal care.

This funding provides assistance with daily personal tasks, including showering, dressing, toileting, eating, mobility around the home, and getting out to appointments and shopping.

It might also include tasks like paying bills, taking medication and spending time with friends.

We can provide personal care supports whether you live alone or with other people, and even when you’re on holidays away from home.

Even if you live with your family, you might prefer our friendly, respectful support staff to help you with more intimate tasks, rather than a family member or friend.

Domestic Household Task ​

Some people with a disability find it difficult to perform daily tasks around the home, like cooking, cleaning, washing up and vacuuming.

Our friendly and experienced support staff can assist you regularly with chores around your home, like cleaning the kitchen, bathroom, living areas and bedrooms. This includes cleaning the toilet, oven, fridge, cupboards and any other hard-to-reach areas.

They can bring you new sheets, towels, bath mats, mattress protectors and any other linen requirements you have.

Our staff can also help with external tasks, like grocery shopping, gardening and garbage disposal. They can prune trees and remove weeds to keep your yard looking presentable.

This support is vital to keep your home environment healthy and safe for you to live in.

Travel and Appointment Supports​

Travel and transport can be challenging when you live with a disability. But we believe everyone deserves the freedom to go where they need to go.

Our travel and appointment supports include a range of different services, depending on your goals and needs. You might need us to drive you to appointments, shopping and other regular outings, and take you home again.

No matter what type of travel and transport support you need, we have trained and fully licensed staff who can provide safe and convenient transport.

Social and Community Participation​

Getting out and about in the community and spending time with family and friends can be essential for your health and wellbeing.

The ‘Assistance with Social and Community Participation’ support can help you meet your goals for participating in community, social or recreational activities. Our support staff can help you:

1. Travel to and from concerts, movies, libraries, community events and sporting clubs

2. Participate in a course

3. Spend time at a social outing

4. Go on holidays or a camping trip or other activities that increase your skills

Supported independent living (SIL)

Supported independent living (SIL) can help people with a disability live independently in their own home while getting the support they need.

Residents might need help with everyday tasks and activities, like cooking, dressing, shopping, cleaning, or showering. We can give you this support 24 hours a day including weekends and public holidays.

The focus is on helping you increase your skills while giving you support so you can live as happily and independently as possible.

When you’re in SIL, you may also be sharing your accommodation with other friendly NDIS participants. This gives you a wider network of companions to help you live a happy, and meaningful life.

We will help you determine your needs, and find the right housing and support services for you. Our experienced and friendly staff are there to ensure your safety and wellbeing.

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