What is Supported Living?
Support with independent living gives you flexibility and control over the type and level you receive, ensuring you get the support you need when you need it. This may be during the day, evening, weekdays, or at the weekend.
Whether you live on your own or with family or friends, our drop-in support can assist you to live independently and our independent living skills training can help you to become more independent or prepare you to transition to a more independent living arrangement in the future.
We’ll work with you, your family, and your support network to plan the right type and amount of support for you to meet your goals.
If Supported Living (or drop-in support) doesn’t meet your specific needs right now, you might like to consider a Shared Living home. We have a number of vacancies and virtual tours available now to help you weigh up your options.
How can we assist you?
Our Supported Living services are designed around your personal needs. We can assist you with:
- Making connections in your community
- Support with making friends
- Support with trying new activities
- Assistance with daily tasks
- Personal Care
- Health and wellbeing
- Going on holiday
- Travelling on public transport
- Getting to work and appointments
Daily living skills training can be one-to-one in your home/local community or one-to-one or a group activity at one of our Community Access Centres.
Our Supported Living Service also supports under 18s and their families, in the family home and community. Contact us to discuss your individual needs and requirements.
To ensure you get the most from our Supported Living services, we have the following minimum hours requirement:
Shift minimum of 2 hours | Minimum 10 hours per week total support
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Supported Independent Living (SIL)
Living in shared accommodation provides opportunities for great support and companionship.