Our range of support accommodations will help you choose the type of service that best meets your needs. We offer in-home support and assistance with self-care specific to your needs that helps you live independently, either on your own or in a shared living arrangement.
We want to empower people with disability to make independent choices when it comes to their accommodation needs. That’s why our accommodation support services cater to a range of needs and disability supports.
Supported Independent Living Services
Supported Independent Living Services often suit people who are unable to live on their own or with their families. We offer a house or a villa in a group setting for 2 to 7 people. These accommodations also include staff support to meet your daily needs, such as personal care, cleaning and cooking.
Short Term Accommodation (STA)/Respite
Short-term accommodation and assistance (STA) is an NDIS support previously known as respite.
Our STA service supports people with disability to have a short stay away from their usual home, while providing planned respite for families caring for a person with disability. Our service is flexible and designed to be responsive to each family’s circumstances.
Medium Term Accommodation
Medium Term Accommodation (also known as MTA) refers to transitional accommodation for NDIS participants who are preparing to move into a more permanent home. The NDIS funds Medium Term Accommodation for eligible participants for up to 90 days. This is so people living with disabilities aren’t forced into an aged care facility or made to wait in hospital longer than they need to.