Access Foundation provides several different accommodation types available to our participants. Different accommodation types are based upon individual requirements and the level of support that would suit you the best.
Respite is a type of accommodation service that allows a break from your regular routine. This is an alternative care type that can be put in place while you get to spend time away from standard support. Access Foundation has several houses around the Perth metro area that are used for out of home Respite accommodation and support. We provide Respite options for children and adults living with disability, as well as specialist Respite support for people living with high and complex needs.
Respite assists you to reach your goals! Whether they are to be more independent, enjoy new experiences, meet new people, take some time out of your usual daily routine, or take up a new activity.Respite can be used for a planned rest or for an emergency and can be used often or a once-off time.
A new type of accommodation funding and practice for the NDIS, Individual Living Options (ILO) is based around supporting participants with daily living and housing of their choosing.ILO is typically for people who are more independent in their life.
There are many different variations for ILO, meaning that it is more flexible to suit your needs inside the home.Help with making decisions like where you want to live and what supports you need to make that happen,Personal care, including help to shop, cook, or pay bills,Help to set up and manage your own home.Building and maintaining connection with others,Support to manage your emotions or behaviour,Training for the people who support you.
Supported Independent Living (SIL) is the medium level of accommodation support. It’s help with or supervision of daily tasks to help you live as independently as possible, while still supporting you in building your skills and helping to achieve your goals.
SIL is paid personal support in the home for people with high support needs, who need assistance majority of the time. This accommodation funding type focuses on in home tasks, such as personal care, domestic cleaning, and meal preparation.
SIL can only be approved for people over 18, there are other accommodation supports for minors.
Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) is a funded accommodation support that provides housing for people that require a high level of support and modifications to suit the participant’s needs. While SIL is providing the support in the home, SDA is about providing the housing itself.
SDA funding only covers the necessary modifications and the general upkeep of the housing, it does not cover the cost of rent.
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