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Housing with support - Housing with complex support in Specialist Disability Accommodation - SUNSHINE
Mind’s Housing with complex support residence in Sunshine provides 24/7 support for people who have multiple and complex disability support needs and who also require assistance with their mental health and wellbeing.
Mind staff assist residents with daily life tasks and develop skills for independent living - including helping residents to connect with activities and other supports in the community. Support is tailored to help residents achieve the goals in their NDIS Plan. Mind is the nominated support provider. Tenancy and SDA is managed separately by a third-party agent.
About the residence
This residence located in Sunshine – a suburb west of Melbourne – has private bedrooms for six residents, two shared bathrooms and three lounge areas. It also has an outdoor entertainment area with a small vegetable and herb garden. Staff have sleepover and office areas onsite. The home is built to a 'Robust' design and at Platinum quality level as per the Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) Design Standard. The property offers easy access to central shopping areas and community hubs via public transport.
The property has separate facilities for Mind’s support staff.
Who is Housing with complex support in specialist disability accommodation for?
This residence would suit people whose capacity to live independently is impacted by long-term mental ill-health and/or other disability. Residents require an NDIS Supported Independent Living package, funded for assistance with activities for daily living, and Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) funding at a Robust or Improved Liveability level. NDIS funding must cover the cost of one-to-one and shared supports provided within the home.
- be between 18-64 years of age
- have the financial means to pay for rent and utilities
- have been approved for SIL and SDA in their NDIS plan
- Require supports with their mental health and other disability
How do I register my interest for Housing with support?
To register your interest in this service or for general information about Mind services, contact us via Mind Connect or phone: 1300 286 463
To contact the site location or for general information about Mind services, contact us via Mind Connect or phone: 1300 286 463
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Why choose Mind for Housing with support services?
We have been providing mental health and wellbeing support to people, and their families, friends and carers, for more than 45 years. Every individual's journey to a life of meaning and purpose is unique, which is why our services are flexible and offer genuine choice and control.
We work with residents and their families, friends and carers to build a high quality, program of support tailored to their unique needs and NDIS plan goals. Our qualified staff work in partnership with residents and their family, friends and carers to strengthen personal skills and build independence.
We promote a sense of community in our housing services to encourage residents to share and support each other, including taking part in group activities.
Some of our Housing staff are peer workers – people with lived experience of mental ill-health. Our peer workers lead skills-based peer learning workshops with residents among other work. We are a leading employer of people with lived experience, recognising their unique ability to connect with and motivate clients and guide recovery.
Mind is also working with the NDIA as a chosen provider to pilot a new home and living support approach for NDIS participants with a psychosocial disability. Find out more about the Home and Living Demonstration Project here.
What do our residents say?
“Coming here has been the biggest and happiest step of my recovery because it has really given me a chance to get all the parts of my life together.” – Read Rob’s story here.
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