Accommodation And Supported Living
NDIS Supported Independent Living (SIL)
Supported accommodation can provide you with greater independence while ensuring you still have the support you need to navigate daily life.
Our houses are designed specifically to suit the needs of people with disability and generally operate 24 hours per day, 7 days per week with staff that sleepover at night. If you need extra assistance at night, we can provide staff on an ‘awake’ shift. You will be supported to live independently and be involved in running your home. You will also be supported to connect and play an active part in your local community.
At Australian Epic Health Services, we have a number of Supported Independent Living vacancies which could be a perfect fit for you.
If you have an eye on a property, we would love to show you around. You will also get the chance to talk to our team about the type of supports you are looking for. Our team can help you find a home to call your own. Here’s what you need to know about our services.
Will I be included in household decisions?
Yes! All our customers are part of the household routines and decisions. This can be done in different ways depending on what each household prefers. As an example, in some houses, the housemates choose to sit down for a meeting each week to make decisions about their home.
What type of properties does AEHS offer?
We have a wide range of shared properties including apartments, villas and houses. We will work with you to find something that’s just right.
Who will I be living with?
We know it’s important that people click and get along. Tell us what you like or don’t like in a housemate, and we’ll do our best to match you with people who tick your boxes and have similar interests. Supported Independent Living is funded under Core Supports – Assistance with Daily Life in your NDIS plan.
What support will AEHS provide me?
All AEHS properties provide our participants with a comfortable and secure home. We will also support you with day-to-day tasks like:
- Cleaning and laundry
- Nutrition and cooking
- Personal care such as showering and dressing
- Going to appointments
- Taking medication
- Taking up a hobby
- Learning to catch public transport