If you have Exploring Housing Options and Supported Independent Living included in your NDIS plan, we can support you to develop a 24/7 roster of person-centred care in your own home, a rental property, or one of our established group housing sites. We understand that this is a big decision, so we want you to feel supported and comfortable through the process.
Our experienced team of Community Support Workers are qualified in high-level health needs, medication management, personal care, and psycho-social support.
We have several locations across metropolitan Adelaide offering Short and Medium Term Accommodation for Children, Youth and people over 18 with low-level needs. Whether it’s a short getaway, a transitional arrangement, or emergency accommodation, our welcoming and home away from home environments offer flexible, person-centred support and a stable and secure place to develop and learn, rest and rejuvenate, or determine your next steps in life.
Looking for a few hours a day or round the clock support? We provide a range of in-home services for people living in their family home or independently. Our experienced Community Support Workers are qualified in high-level health needs, medication management, personal care, and social support. We work closely with you to discuss individual goals and develop support strategies to fit naturally into your day-to-day life.
Providing a state of the art, client-driven Therapy Space, DLi offers a service unlike any other in Australia. Our industry-leading team of Developmental Educators support each client by providing individualised learning strategies and positive outcomes for persons aged 7- 65+ years. Our team also work with your support staff to develop their skills, knowledge and understanding of person-centred approaches and positive behaviour intervention.
The team boasts a range of specialisations, including:
Great friendships and great relationships lead to a great life, and we have several Community Inclusion services that keep our community healthy, happy and engaged. This flexible and self-directed support encourages people to explore and engage in all aspects of mainstream life through social and community experiences. Support can occur within the home or out in the community and encourages the development of daily life skills and greater independence. We take the time to find the right staff member for you.
Programs include Interconnect, ExploreAbility, Camps and mentoring with a focus on:
To talk to one of our specialist Service Access Team members about getting started.