Supported Independent Living Options
Coffs Harbour Support Services can offer clients a range of independent living options. Whether you need complex 24/7 high intensity supports or minimal prompting and support for daily care needs, we can assist.
Our accommodation team comprises 80+ passionate, committed and values aligned disability support workers who operate across a 24/7 schedule to ensure participants live their best life through person centred, strengths based active supports.
Looking for your next home?
Our Supported Independent Living homes have a focus on:
Individual responsibility for daily life skills — like cooking and budgeting.
A positive living experience, such as enjoying BBQs with your mates.
Involvement in the local community, including outdoor recreational activities.
Individual and tailored activities to suit your interests and goals.
Coffs Harbour Support Services currently has a vacancy in this spacious 6 year old, 5 bedroom purpose built SDA home (classified Improved Liveability). Located centrally, this home features 2 separate living areas, 2 fully accessible bathrooms, one with spa, ceiling hoists in all bedrooms and bathrooms, open plan kitchen/dining as well as a fully covered outdoor entertaining area. The gardens offer the housemates a space to plant and harvest herbs & vegetables.
Medium Term Accommodation
The NDIS can fund Medium Term Accommodation so you have somewhere to live while waiting for your confirmed long term housing solution. It may be funded if you’re waiting for your disability related supports and have a confirmed long term housing solution.
Medium Term Accommodation funding is usually for up to 90 days.
Click on this link for more information from the NDIS on Medium Term accommodation.
Short Term Accommodation
Short Term Accommodation, including respite, is support for when you need to live out of home for a short period.
Short Term Accommodation funding can be used for respite to support you and your carers. This gives your carers a short break from their caring role.
Sometimes a short stay away from home:
- gives you the chance to try new things
- can be a place to make new friends or develop new skills
- may help to maintain your current living situation by giving your informal supports a break.
Click on this link for more information from the NDIS What is Short Term Accommodation, including respite? | NDIS