Group Homes (SIL)
At Eloma Care we believe your home should tell a story about who you are and be a collection of what you love, because home isn’t a place, it’s a feeling.
Supported Independent Living (SIL) is a shared living home for people with disability who have Supported Independent Living funding in their NDIS plan.
Supports are often 24/7, nurturing personal growth in a safe and supportive environment with the goal to build your independence at home and connect you with your local community.
We have created innovative disability homes specially built for people of all levels and abilities looking to live in a shared home environment with friends who share similar interests and disability support needs.
Each loving home has a van available for use in accordance to transport allowance.
You can decorate your home the way you like, find the perfect place to hang family photos or theme your room to your favourite colour. The choice is yours; we want you to make it into your very own special retreat and be proud of your home.
Our staff will help with planning weekly dinners, take you grocery shopping and then assist in preparing delicious meals that will fill your home up with the sweetest of smells
Your home will be bursting with compassion, fun and laughter, a place where you feel safe, relaxed and can make great memories.
Our staff are experts in developing housing solutions for people with disability and navigating through the NDIS. They will be delighted to help match you with your ideal home and develop a personalised support plan.
If you’re thinking about disability accommodation for your future, please contact us as we have vacancies coming up soon that may suit your needs.
Specialised Disability Accommodation (SDA)
Taking expression of interest for our new SDA homes in the perfect locations of Sydney and the Gold Coast
Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) are innovative homes specially built for people with extreme functional impairment or very high support needs.
These homes are designed to support people with disability to live a more independent lifestyle while accessing high-quality support from their home. SDA housing is accessible to all clients that have SDA funding in their NDIS plan.
Respite / Short Term Accommodation (STA)
A home away from home, a safe and inclusive space for people with disability to have a short stay to re-energise.
Respite / Short Term Accommodation (STA) service provides people with disability the opportunity to have an overnight, weekend getaway or holiday in one of our Short-Term Accommodation homes.
Short Term Accommodation is NDIS funded. This funding is listed under core supports in the support category Assistance with Daily Life.
While Eloma Care is looking after your loved one, remember to take advantage, STA can strengthen a family’s ability to care for a loved one with disability and stay together as a family. It is important for parents/carers to also allow time for themselves to re-energise, have a restful night’s sleep or catch up with friends!
Our specialised staff will be available 24/7 providing support during overnight, short and extended stays in our accessible homes
Medium Term Accommodation (MTA)
Medium Term Accommodation refers to transitional accommodation for NDIS clients who are preparing to move into a more permanent home. The NDIS funds Medium Term Accommodation for eligible clients for up to 90 days. This is so people living with disabilities aren’t forced into an aged care facility or made to wait in hospital longer than they need to.
Eloma Care MTA is available to eligible NDIS clients who require temporary transitional housing while they wait for their more permanent home to become ready or available to use. It could be used in the following circumstances:
Our self-contained homes are completely furnished and accessible, with home modifications and assisted technology to suit individual needs.
- Specialised staffed home 24/7
- Fully furnished, self-contained homes
- Accommodations open throughout holiday breaks and public holidays
- Fully accessible environment
- Overnight stay, short stays and extended stays available
- Nutritious and balanced meals including breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner.
- Fun social activities, excursions, relaxation therapies and much more.
Individualised Living Supports (ILO)
At Eloma Care we encourage independence to live the life you want. While ILO doesn’t provide the home for you, we are here to support you every step of the way, through other means such as a flexible support package tailored to suit your care needs and lifestyle.
You can live in your own home, with a friend or with a host family. You have so many choices! You decide how and with who, the choice is yours!
Frequently Asked Questions
What is supported Independent Living (SIL)?
Supported Independent Living (SIL) is a shared living experience for people with disability who have SIL funding in their NDIS plan. Supports are often 24/7, encouraging independence in a safe and supportive environment and assist in connecting you with your local community.
What is Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA)?
SDA’s are innovative homes specially built for people with very high support needs. The homes are designed to support people with disability to live a more independent lifestyle while accessing high-quality support from their home. SDA housing is accessible to NDIS clients that have SDA funding in their NDIS plan.
What is Short Term Accommodation (STA)?
Also known as Respite, Short Term Accommodation (STA) service provides people with disability the opportunity to have an overnight stay, weekend getaway or holiday in one of our respite houses, and their families and carers some time to relax.
What is Medium Term Accommodation (MTA)?
Medium Term Accommodation is available for participants who may be transitioning into a more permanent home but need somewhere to call home until their forever home is available.
What is Individualised Living Options (ILO)?
This option gives you the most independence, you choose where and with who you want to live and we provide the ongoing supports you need, whether its taking you to appointments, helping you with grocery shopping or helping you access the community.