Feel safe and comfortable and part of your community
Having a place to call home is often an important milestone in people’s life, somewhere you can feel safe and comfortable and part of your community.
If you are looking for somewhere new to live we may have an accommodation option that can help you.
Helps you develop skills and capabilities to fulfil daily tasks so that you can live as independently as possible.
When you can call a house a home
Supported independent living is funded through the NDIS. You will receive day to day support with tasks such as:
- Domestic jobs, for example cleaning and laundry
- Assistance with personal care (showering and dressing)
- Getting out and about in the community
- Skill development such as money management and cooking
However, it is not only the practical aspects you will gain from independent living. The opportunity to make friends, get involved in new activities, learn to stay safe and healthy will all be things that you gain from having a house of your own. It could be the start of something so much more.
Gives you the opportunity to find your feet again and help you build your skills in managing your living situation and helps you to gain the quality of life you are looking for.
For those people struggling with mental health challenges, our house provides you with a safe and comfortable place while you recover. Somewhere to stay whilst you focus on your strengths and make changes to improve your health and well-being with the end goal of regaining your independence.