Accommodation options for assisted living with disabilities are available in Seven Hills and Penrith with one-on-one assistance meeting every requirement of alternative housing. The home care supportive services for NDIS are available for:
With Advance Care NDIS group accommodation service, more is possible!
The group accommodation support goal is to establish independence at home, build connections with your local community, and nurture the personal growth of the elderly.
Do take advantage of our SIL scheme to live your life the way you want to for as long as you want.
All our disability support services and accommodation are approved providers of the NDIS and can be accessed with NDIS funding under the categories of Supported Independent Living (SIL).
Your stay with us will be comfortable and enjoyable in our group accommodation as Advance Care proactively offers;
SIL funding does not begin until you’ve determined your eligibility and located your home and housemates. Upon completing these steps, we can assist you in submitting funding requests for approval to the NDIA.
The term specialist disability accommodation (SDA) refers to a type of housing specifically designed for people with profound impairments or extensive support needs. The accessibility features of SDA dwellings are designed to improve residents’ quality of life and improve or enhance other supports.
Once you have been determined to be eligible, we can begin finding you a new home and housemate. We must complete these actions before submitting SIL funding requests to the NDIA. The Match Makers team is here to support you in starting this process; contact them today to get started.
The housemates have been matched based on their personality and support assistance. With your housemates, you will share many life experiences and socialise together.
Various Australian states and territories jointly fund and administer the NDIS. As a result of the scheme, state and territory governments will no longer provide disability support services. Australia’s National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) administers the program.
Supports will be managed by Advance Care. It is essentially the provision of workers to help people with the daily tasks of life by a SIL provider. The goal is to develop your independence so that you can live independently.
Based on ‘reasonable & necessary supports’, the NDIA has formulated criteria for accessing SIL funding. Participants must meet the following requirements:
The NDIS covers only support services; your SIL funding depends on how much care the resident requires. Services NOT covered by the NDIS include:
People with high intensity needs usually live in homes that have been specially designed (or modified). In contrast, SIL refers to the support and services that allow people to live as independently as possible.