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Home and Living Supports

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What is Home and Living Supports?

Home and Living Supports are one aspect of how the NDIS may assist participants to live independently.

Home and living support goals can be discussed as part of a participant’s planning conversation. There are many different types of Home and Living supports that the NDIS can fund.

Here at REDinc, we provide Supported Independent Living (SIL) to NDIS participants over the age of 18years. In addition, we also provide Short Term Accommodation.

Supported Independent Living (SIL)

How can we help?
Under the NDIS, REDinc provides Supported Independent Living (SIL) to participants aged 18years and older. Supported independent living is a shared living experience that supports you to live as independently as possible, while building your skills in a nurturing and supportive environment. You will receive support with everyday tasks such as cooking and cleaning as well as supports that align with your support requirements.

REDinc will support participants to achieve regular day to day tasks that include however, are not limited to:

  • Personal care
  • Assisting participants to access the community for hobbies, appointments etc. and expand their social network
  • Dispensing of medication
  • Cleaning and Laundry tasks
  • Cooking and nutrition
  • Leaning new skills and building capacity

Who will I live with?
It is particularly important that participants feel comfortable and safe in their home. For this reason, REDinc. take participant matching very seriously. We will work closely with you and your support network to learn about what you like and who you may wish to live with.

How is Supported Independent Living funded?
Supported Independent Living is funded under Core Supports – Assistance with Daily Life in your NDIS plan.

View the NDIS Price Guide here

What does Support Independent Living not cover?
The NDIS does not fund the cost of rent, board, transport, and other day-to-day expenses such as food and activities. This is the same for general household items such as a bed, fridge or cooking utensils. There are some limited circumstances where the NDIS may contribute to these costs.

Short Term Accommodation for Adults (respite)

How can we help?
Short Term Accommodation is a support which allows participants to have a short stay away from their primary residence in a group setting or centre.

This support includes the following over a 24hour period:

  • Supports during your stay that align with your required support ratio and needs
  • Meals
  • Accommodation
  • Transport and activities as negotiated

REDinc. will work with participants and their stakeholders to create an STA (Short Term Accommodation) plan for the duration of the stay to ensure that all parties are in agreeance with selected activities etc.

How long can a participant stay at a Short-Term Accommodation?
NDIS funding allows participants to have up to 28 days a year in Short Term Accommodation. The lengths of each stay will depend on the participants plan.

How is Short Term Accommodation funded?
Short Term Accommodation is funded under Core Supports – Assistance with Daily Life in your NDIS plan.

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Home and Living Supports is available at:

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Home and Living Supports is available at: