What Is SIL Housing?

Supported Independent Living Housing

Supported Independent Living

Supported Independent Living, (sometimes called “shared accommodation”) is an NDIS support where a person with disabilities can lives with others with access to a whole lot of support from daily tasks, personal care to learning life skills!

Funding includes money for up to 24/7 support where necessary and money for carers, supervisors and other independent living needs. SIL does not pay for accommodation rental costs but the services provided inside the home.

If you are striving towards independent living, UNITED FOR CARE can help provide Short or Medium Term Accommodation or Specialised Disability Accommodation packaged with our care services aimed at bringing you closer to your independence every day!

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How Do I Get SIL Funding?

The Easy Process!
Call us on 1300 405 260 to speak with one of our friendly staff!

Meet with Us

Meet with one of our friendly managers to discuss your needs.

Get A Budget Plan

Our manager will help you create a budget for the services that will help you.

Getting Approved

The budget is submitted to NDIS for approval.

Moving In!

Once approved, you are ready to move into your new home!

Receiving Services

Start receiving services to help you live independently.

How It Works

SIL can be used in your own home, your parents home or in shared accommodation of between 2 and 7 people, according to your needs and preferences. It is well to remember that shared accommodation has financial benefits that should be considered.

Careful consideration is given to the needs of all NDIS SIL participants in a shared home and your compatibility with the other residents. We can assist you with finding available places and in cooperation with your OT and your own personal preferences make a good match.

Taking The Step

Supported Independent living is a goal that many of our clients aspire to and can bring more freedom and more personal responsibility for their own life. If you are interested in SIL make a point of raising the topic at your NDIS planning meetings.

Be aware that it can take a while to transition from supported home living to supported independent living. The journey may need a sequence of skill training sessions to ensure a smooth passage.

United For Care can assist you with all facets of this process. Please get in touch.

What Support Is Given?

SIL Features and Services

Accommodation

We will help find a home that caters to your needs, making sure you can enjoy your say and company.

24/7 Support

Depending on you particular needs 24/7 is available for meeting the necessities of life in your own home or a shared house.

Money Management

You can have support for all matters relating to money, budgeting, paying bills and saving.

Household Care

Supervision of or completion of housework – bathroom cleaning, vacuuming, floor washing, window cleaning, kitchen cleaning, laundry, yard care and more!

Food Management

We can help you plan your meals, and prepare and cook them in your own or shared accommodation.

Personal Care

You can be supported in personal care like showing, dressing and hair grooming.

Shopping

You can get support to get you out of the house for a trip to the shops.

Skills Training

You can have ongoing skill's development to help you achieve your independence goals!

Contact our team

What are you waiting for? Make your dream come true!
Speak with one of our friendly UNITED FOR CARE carers today!

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