NDIS RESPITE ACCOMMODATION SERVICES OF AVOCADOCARE FOR DISABLED INDIVIDUALS AROUND VICTORIA

Accommodation

This suburb is best known for its major tourist attractions. Get lost amongst the color and ambiance as you experience the stunning and peaceful vibe of Werribee.

AvocadoCare NDIS Respite Accommodation in Sunshine, initially a town just outside Melbourne, also provides a safe, supportive, and cheerful environment.

St Albans is a fine district with solid infrastructure, multi-cultural residents, and excellent schools, all within a 25-minute drive of Melbourne’s CBD.

It’s not healthy to spend every hour of every day and night with the same person, no matter how close you are to your loved one or how well you’re dealing with it as their caretaker, especially in an inevitable stressful caregiving setting.

Keilor, a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia is a lush, mountainous area with easy access to the motorway that leads to the airport and the city.

AvocadoCare provides residences in the suburbs of Deer Park that are easily accessible to all necessary places like mass transit sites and substations

Avocadocare is registered with the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) to provide or assist you to find a suitable home whether short-or medium-term accommodation, respite, private rental, or housing sharing. We listen to your housing needs and provide you with different housing options.

We can assist you with finding:

  • Respite
  • Private rental or shared accommodation
  • Short Term Accommodation
  • Medium Term Accommodation
  • Supported Independent Living
  • The Supported Independent Living (SIL) Process

We provide temporary, short, or medium term, and emergency respite to family, or friends who care for their loved ones with disability or with significant or permanent support needs. Our respite provides a well-deserved relief or break for the family carer which is beneficial to their social, health and wellbeing.

We understand sometimes you might need a break from caring for your family member or friend with disability, so we are here to help. If you are looking after a family member or friend with disability and need a break or additional backing or support for whatever reason, our respite and accommodation services can be arranged to support you whether for  casual, regular basis or in an emergency.

Some of our respite houses have large outdoor gardens or backyard with seating and shade, with appropriate security measures in place for tranquility. Participants can enjoy activities designed to enable social interaction based on individual interests during their stay with us.

Our respite services are in The City of Brimbank suburbs and City of Moreland.

We provide private rental or house sharing options which means you can rent a house, unit or apartment from a landlord and may include living with others who may have or do not have a disability, living with friends, or house sharing.

Short Term Accommodation and Assistance (including the provision of respite care)

Our STA/respite allows the opportunity for the participant to be supported by someone else whilst providing their carer with short term breaks from their usual caring responsibilities. Whether you are looking to socialise with friends or other people, improve your independent living or social skills or want a break from home, our short-term accommodation might be the best option for you.

Does AVOCADOCARE have Short Term Accommodation services for children, young people, and adults?

Absolutely Yes! We have both services for children from 7 years old and services for adults with physical, mild, or moderate intellectual disabilities. You will be staying with others who are about the same age.

What activities will I get to do?

Our Short-Term Accommodation Assistance can give you the option to meet new people and try new activities. This can be enjoy playing games, watching the latest movies on Netflix, reading books, preparing lunch and dinner. Hanging out with friends or other people. Telling your favourite story or jokes!  visiting shopping centres, going out for a meal, going to the beach, checking out a local attraction, or playing your favourite sport. No matter your age or tastes – there is something for you. Chat to us about the different local options.

Will I get the support I need, and will I be safe?

Yes! Our Short-Term Accommodation Services team are highly skilled to provide you the utmost support you need to enjoy your stay with us. They provide an opportunity for you to socialise with others and learn new social kills as a step towards living independently or in supported accommodation. Yes? You will always be safe and be treated with respect. We will listen, care, and support you to enjoy your stay.

What support will AVOCADOCARE provide me?

All our accommodations are welcoming and well-equipped for people with a mental health or psychosocial disability. Our friendly staff will also make sure your support needs are met.

This could include:

  • Meal planning and cooking
  • Personal care such as showering and dressing
  • Nutrition
  • Taking medication.

 

If you prefer not to stay in one of our properties, we can also provide support in your own home. You will receive assistance with self-care or community access activities, accommodation, food and negotiated activities.

How long can I stay in one of AVOCADOCARE’S properties for?

The choice is yours! You can stay for the day, overnight, a weekend, a holiday, or longer. Just make sure you or your support coordinator check your NDIS plan to see what funding you have included.

NDIS Support Categories

Short Term Accommodation and Assistance is funded under Core Supports – Assistance with Daily Life in your NDIS plan.

If you need longer term accommodation, speak to us and we will assist you with other options such as Supported Independent Living are more likely to be included in your plan.

Our Medium-Term Accommodation is available in situations where you need transitional accommodation before moving into a more permanent home or arrangement (for example, after hospital discharge). Typically, MTA would be used for periods up to 90 days. Participants who stay in MTA are responsible for meeting their own food and everyday living costs from their own income rather than NDIS plan. This support item can be delivered to individual participants subject to the rules set out in the Price Guide. While you are living in our MTA, we will support you to live as independently as possible until your permanent accommodation is ready.

Supported Independent Living (SIL) is what the NDIS calls the supports a person needs for their tasks around the home. It’s for the things we do every day, including personal care, like showering and dressing. Before the NDIS, this may have previously been known as shared supported accommodation.

Avocadocare SIL services are available across Victoria and in key areas of Adelaide.

At Avocadocare we see you and your potential. We listen to you, we care for you and work with you and your support network to create a plan that best suits your needs and lifestyle goals.

What is Supported Independent Living?
Supported Independent Living [SIL] are the supports you need for your tasks around the home.
It’s for the things you do every day, like:

•personalcare,likeshoweringanddressing

• cookingandeating
• cleaning
• shopping

SIL support focuses on developing your skills to help you live as independently as possible and there are a number of ways you can receive SIL supports.

SIL doesn’t cover rent, groceries, transport, or utility costs like gas and electricity.

With Avocadocare’s SIL supports, you have the opportunity to live in a friendly and caring environment, where your voice is heard and respected.

1. Contact the NDIS & explain your goals & needs

2. Receive accommodation funding

3. Explore housing solutions

4. Source accommodation

5. Move in and receive SIL supports.

Avocadocare is registered with the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) to provide or assist you find a suitable home whether short-or medium-term accommodation, respite, private rental, or housing sharing. We listen to your housing needs and provide you with different housing options.

We can assist you with finding:

  • Respite
  • Private rental or shared accommodation
  • Short Term Accommodation
  • Medium Term Accommodation

Respite

We provide temporary, short, or medium term, and emergency respite to family, or friends who care for their loved ones with disability or with significant or permanent support needs. Our respite provides a well-deserved relief or break for the family carer which is beneficial to their social, health and wellbeing.

We understand sometimes you might need a break from caring for your family member or friend with disability, so we are here to help. If you are looking after a family member or friend with disability and need a break or additional backing or support for whatever reason, our respite and accommodation services can be arranged to support you whether for  casual, regular basis or in an emergency.

Some of our respite houses have large outdoor gardens or backyard with seating and shade, with appropriate security measures in place for tranquility. Participants can enjoy activities designed to enable social interaction based on individual interests during their stay with us.

Our respite services are in The City of Brimbank suburbs and City of Moreland.

Private rental or house sharing

We provide private rental or house sharing options which means you can rent a house, unit or apartment from a landlord and may include living with others who may have or do not have a disability, living with friends, or house sharing.

Short Term Accommodation (STA)

Short Term Accommodation and Assistance (including the provision of respite care)

Our STA/respite allows the opportunity for the participant to be supported by someone else whilst providing their carer with short term breaks from their usual caring responsibilities.

Whether you are looking to socialise with friends or other people, improve your independent living or social skills or want a break from home, our short-term accommodation might be the best option for you.

Does AVOCADOCARE have Short Term Accommodation services for children, young people, and adults?

Absolutely Yes! We have both services for children from 7 years old and services for adults with physical, mild, or moderate intellectual disabilities. You will be staying with others who are about the same age.

What activities will I get to do?

Our Short-Term Accommodation Assistance can give you the option to meet new people and try new activities.

This can be enjoy playing games, watching the latest movies on Netflix, reading books, preparing lunch and dinner. Hanging out with friends or other people. Telling your favourite story or jokes!  visiting shopping centres, going out for a meal, going to the beach, checking out a local attraction, or playing your favourite sport. No matter your age or tastes – there is something for you. Chat to us about the different local options.

Will I get the support I need, and will I be safe?

Yes! Our Short-Term Accommodation Services team are highly skilled to provide you the utmost support you need to enjoy your stay with us. They provide an opportunity for you to socialise with others and learn new social kills as a step towards living independently or in supported accommodation.

Yes? You will always be safe and be treated with respect. We will listen, care, and support you to enjoy your stay.

What support will AVOCADOCARE provide me?

All our accommodations are welcoming and well-equipped for people with a mental health or psychosocial disability. Our friendly staff will also make sure your support needs are met.

This could include:

Meal planning and cooking

Personal care such as showering and dressing

Nutrition

Taking medication.

If you prefer not to stay in one of our properties, we can also provide support in your own home.

You will receive assistance with self-care or community access activities, accommodation, food and negotiated activities.

How long can I stay in one of AVOCADOCARE’S properties for?

The choice is yours! You can stay for the day, overnight, a weekend, a holiday, or longer.

Just make sure you or your support coordinator check your NDIS plan to see what funding

you have included.

NDIS Support Categories

Short Term Accommodation and Assistance is funded under Core Supports – Assistance with Daily Life in your NDIS plan.

If you need longer term accommodation, speak to us and we will assist you with other options such as Supported Independent Living are more likely to be included in your plan.

Medium Term Accommodation (MTA)

Our Medium-Term Accommodation is available in situations where you need transitional accommodation before moving into a more permanent home or arrangement (for example, after hospital discharge). Typically, MTA would be used for periods up to 90 days. Participants who stay in MTA are responsible for meeting their own food and everyday living costs from their own income rather than NDIS plan.

This support item can be delivered to individual participants subject to the rules set out in the Price Guide.

While you are living in our MTA, we will support you to live as independently as possible until your permanent accommodation is ready.

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