Single level home with four good sized bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Shared lounge, dining and kitchen area.
Large split-level backyard and attractive spacious garden.
Short distance to local shops.
Three bedrooms have built-in robes.
Outdoor covered entertainment space.
Located on a quiet street.
Our New Housemate
Must have or be eligible for NDIS Supported Independent Living funding.
Must have or be eligible for basic, or above, Specialist Disability Accommodation funding.
Is seeking sleepover night support.
The People Living Here
Current housemates include women and men.
Housemates are aged 50–65.
Two housemates are verbal and two are unintentional non-communicators.
Each of the current housemates attend community participation programs.
Each housemate has their own network, interests and activities that they pursue individually with the support of staff.
There are opportunities for housemates to socialise and engage in special events if they choose to.
Staff take a Person Centred Active Support (PCAS) approach in their daily living and household activities.
There are authorised restrictive practices in place at this house as some housemates require additional support to stay safe.
This house provides 24/7 support, including sleepover night support
Staff supporting individuals within this service have skills and competencies in: Autism, Ageing, Positive and Complex Behaviour Support, Epilepsy Management, Sensory Management, Mental Health, Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) and PCAS.
Access to a fully maintained modified vehicle, for transport within a 30km radius of the house. Annual fee applies.