Residential services | NDIS

Supported Independent Living - WERRIBEE

Supported Independent Living services are provided to residents who live in shared accommodation. At this residence, 24/7 support is provided by a staff team with specialised skills in supporting people with mental health-related disability and intellectual disability, autism spectrum disorder or acquired brain injury.

They'll help you with daily life tasks and support you to develop skills for independent living - including helping you to connect with activities and other supports in the community. Tenancy is managed separately.

Site description

This residence is purpose-built in a quiet area of the growing western suburb of Werribee. It has five separate self-contained one-bedroom units, each with its own garden area, kitchen, lounge-dining area and bathroom. The five units share a communal outdoor area and a recreation room. Staff have sleepover and office areas onsite. The property backs on to a beautiful scenic area of the Werribee River, has easy access to public transport, and is close to local shopping and community centres.

Who for:

People whose capacity to live independently is impacted by long-term mental ill-health and other disability (intellectual disability, autism spectrum disorder or acquired brain injury) and who have an NDIS package with Supported Independent Living services included to an appropriate level of funding.

How to access:

Applicants must be between 18-64 years of age and have the financial means to pay for the rent/board and utilities. Applicants should be looking for a place suitable for someone with dual disability.

Outcome statement:

Be supported to develop your confidence to live more independently and achieve the goals in your NDIS plan.