We provide safe, private, comfortable, and friendly homes in Darwin and the rural area designed to enhance the lives and wellbeing of our participants.
These homes provide options for people who want to live more independently, decide where they live and who they live with.
We understand the importance of active support and encourage our participants to be involved as much as they can in the tasks associated with daily living.
This empowers, builds self-esteem and helps develop life skills.
Supported Independent Living (SIL)
Supported independent living is permanent housing for people who need help or support to complete day to day tasks like cooking, cleaning and shopping.
Medium Term Accommodation (MTA)
Medium term accommodation is temporary housing for people who are:
- waiting for suitable permanent housing
- transitioning from one living arrangement to another
- waiting for home modifications to be completed
Short Term Accommodation (STA) and Respite
A break from routine or a change of scenery can be very healthy.
Respite can also be an opportunity to explore new places, people and experiences.
Sometimes, people need respite when their usual support workers or carers are unavailable.
We provide a range of options for people needing short term accommodation for up to 14 days at a time. Is this the boundary according to NDIA?
We provide our participants with opportunities to attend enriching, positive activities and events in the community that we find by working in partnership with other organisations, elders, government and businesses.
We believe that social inclusion is empowering for all, and this strongly influences our work. It builds networks, friendships and gives people new experiences.