We believe that people with disabilities should have a choice in where they live Our NDIS disability accommodation services are designed to empower people living with disability in Adelaide. Whether your loved one requires high physical support, fully accessible or improved liveability accommodation, they will find a home away from home in our residential care houses/hub. We offer accommodation options that creates choices, opportunities and communities for people with a disability. We are pleased to be able to provide a variety of NDIS accommodation and care packages, including short-term, medium-term, long-term and specialist disability accommodation. Get in touch to find out more about our accommodation services Purpose Designed NDIS Disability Accommodation Our disability accommodation hub is designed for universal access with all the comforts of home. We put people living with a disability first in all aspects of the design to encourage independence through thoughtful features. Each of our fully equipped ensuite rooms are designed for universal accessibility. They are fully furnished with lockable cupboards, Smart TVs, downlights, and internet access. Each room also has a specially designed ensuite and large windows. In addition, residents share our purpose-built commercial kitchen and laundry facilities as well as an outdoor courtyard with BBQ facilities. Our residential facility is built to meet the exacting standards provided by the NDIS for high physical support, fully accessible, robust and improved liveability accommodation. Throughout the property, you will find extra-wide doorways and hallways, easy circulation space in all indoor and outdoor areas and automatic or easy accessible doors. Our kitchens and bathrooms have also been designed to ensure everything is easily accessible from a seated or standing position. We can provide ceiling hoists and assistive technology for NDIS participants who require a high level of physical support. We also offer enhanced provisions for NDIS participants with sensory, intellectual or cognitive needs, including lighting design, contextual cues, improved wayfinding, hearing loops and augmentation, and consistency of fittings and fixtures. Call: 1800 877 222 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org SUPPORTING PARTICIPANTS WITH DIFFERENT NEEDS Confused about STA, MTA, SDA, and SIL? A range of accommodation options are available through the NDIS, and they can be confusing. So, let's break down what these acronyms mean, and where they are available. What is short-term accommodation (STA)?Short-term accommodation (STA) is used for respite or if an NDIS participant's usual housing and/or supports are unavailable. Respite allows informal carers to take some time away from their caring duties while allowing people with a disability to explore new environments and meet new people.NDIS short-term accommodation includes support for daily living activities, accommodation, food and activities. Our carer and support staff are committed to ensuring that your short-term stay at our modern facility is relaxing and enjoyable. If you are looking for some respite, a change in your daily routine or an opportunity to recharge, our short-term accommodation is the ideal fit. What is medium-term accommodation (MTA)?Medium-term accommodation for up to three months is available for NDIS participants in need of transitional housing. MTA can be required for various reasons, including people who are ready to leave hospital but are waiting for home modifications, people at risk of entering the aged care system, or those waiting for their SDA to become available.Our facility is designed to be universally accessible, there's no need to wait for special modifications to be made. You can move straight in and make yourself at home. If you need a temporary place to call home, our medium-term accommodation is the perfect solution. What is specialist disability accommodation (SDA)?Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) is long-term residential housing for NDIS participants with high support needs.Participants requiring SDA can either move into the Modbury hub or can be provided an SDA house elsewhere, closer to their family.Our highly trained and experienced team is on hand to provide the care and support services required.If you are looking for a long-term home with daily living support, specialist disability accommodation is the solution. What is supported independent living (SIL)?Supported Independent Living (SIL) provides a range of NDIS daily living support services to enable you to enjoy independence, make new friends and access the support you need. Supported Independent Living is ideal for people with high support needs. Our experienced SIL team are available 24/7 to provide you with the daily living support that you need, including:Personal careSocial supportDomestic assistanceHousehold tasksTransport servicesMedication managementYou can rely on our highly-trained Supported Independent Living team to help you live as independently as possible. What is Specialist Robust Accommodation?Robust accommodation is a type of specialist disability accommodation for people who sometimes act in a way that may not be safe for them or the people around them. As the name implies, robust housing is designed to be robust. Each property must meet a set of design standards provided by NDIS to ensure everyone’s safety and manage maintenance costs. The walls, windows, doors and other fixtures cannot be easily broken in robust properties, and there is a safe space that residents, carers and staff can go to if they need some time out. Robust accommodation is also designed to minimise the environmental factors that may trigger challenging behaviours. For example, they may have high-quality soundproofing to minimise noises from outside, additional security, simple colour palettes to reduce sensory stimulation and an easy-to-navigate layout that provides plenty of space to move around. If you are looking for a safe, comfortable and resilient home, our specialist robust accommodation is the ideal fit.