Among the supports we provide:
Long term accommodations (SIL)-Supported Independent Living
Supported Independent Living is a NDIS support in which participants can live alone or with other people in the homes we provide or in your own home.
Depending on the daily needs of an individual, we have staff available 24 hours, 7 days a week.
We provide long term accommodations to homeless people living with disabilities to live as independently as possible in the homes we provide whilst our volunteers and staff assist with daily needs, personal care, meals management, and health care, in order to improve the quality life and integrate into the mainstream community.
Medium term accommodations
Medium term accommodation is one of the home and living supports we may fund. It’s designed for a participant to temporarily stay in if you can’t move into your long term home because your disability supports aren’t ready.
Medium term accommodation only covers the cost of the accommodation for the time you stay with us. It’s a temporary and extra cost you have due to your disability support needs.
For example, you might need medium term accommodation while you wait for your home modifications to be completed. Or you’ve already secured a long term home, such as Specialist Disability Accommodation, but you’re waiting for another person to move out before you can move in.
What support will I receive?
Where are the houses located?
Short term accommodations as respite services
Short-term including respite in our homes for a short stay away from your usual home setting.
It allows you to live in a new environment, to try new things and to have a piece of mind in a quiet and relaxed atmosphere.
It covers the cost of your care for up to 14 days at a time. You might have a short stay with other people, or by yourself. It’s often funded when your usual carers aren’t available.
Short term accommodation will give you the chance to try new things where it can be a place to make new friends or develop new skills.
Our homes are self- contained and suited to meet the needs of participants so they can fulfil their goals and aspirations of living independently whilst being supported by our team of staff.
During the short stay with us, participants will also have the opportunity to participate in recreational activities and learn new skills at our Day Programs Activities Centre where they can mix with the rest of the community.
Our services are person centred tailored to suit each individual needs to enable fulfilling own goals and aspirations.
Group centre activities-Day Option Program
We engage people with disabilities to participate in recreational and leisure activities at our day activities program centre located at Munno Para West where participants can enjoy a wide range of activities as well learn vocational skills in; Arts and crafts, basic computing, music, cooking, gardening, literacy and numeracy, and social interactions to build relationships.
Participants are encouraged to choose from a wide range of programs we have developed while being supported by our team of staff and volunteers.
The Art program we have developed is structured to operate as a social enterprise, meaning revenue derived from the program’s activities is invested back into the program to increase its artistic and social outcomes.
NDIS Support Coordination level 1 & 2
Learning Creative Skills provides Support Coordination to help participants understand their NDIS Plan and get the support they need to achieve their NDIS goals.
This includes helping you understand the management of your NDIS plan.
Participants are at the heart of every decision. Our tools support participants and the people close to them to make decisions on their NDIS goals and how their plan is used to achieve this. This includes taking every opportunity to help them understand the management of the NDIS plan.
We work with a participant to connect with supports and services and exercise choice and control, connect with supports and services and exercise choice and control, use your plan to meet their individual needs,
set up supports and services, including helping participants understand service agreements and service bookings, and prepare for your plan review.