NDIS Short Term Accommodation Providers
When a person living with a disability requires temporary support from professional caregivers or in a dedicated support home, they can turn to Short Term Accommodation options to meet their needs. These accommodations provide a person with disabilities a home that can meet their support needs on a short term basis while a medium or long term solution is determined.
Whether you or your loved one experiences a disability, Maple can provide ample support services with funding from the NDIS to ensure you live your life to the fullest.
How Can Short Term Accommodation Help Someone With A Disability?
Disability Short Term Accommodation can have several benefits. It can help someone living with a disability by introducing them to a different perspective. Spending time away from the usual routine, meeting new people, learning new skills, and immersing in a new community for a short period of time can all contribute to increasing their confidence and independence.
Whether you need to take time out from the family home, your caregiver is unavailable for a short time, or you are transitioning to Supported Independent Living, Short Term Accommodation can be a respite for both you and your family.
What is NDIS Short Term Accommodation?
NDIS Short Term Accommodation is accommodation and support for a short time away from your usual home. This can be in a private flat, a group home, or another appropriate setting that meets the needs of the individual.
The NDIS fund supports Short Term Accommodation if your usual support system isn’t available. It can also be used in order to acclimate to new circumstances, to meet new people, or to experience different types and levels of support.
Types of short term accommodation
Short term accommodation can come in many forms depending on the needs of the NDIS individual and their carers. At Maple Community Services, we can address the circumstances of each individual and find the type of short term accommodation that best suits the situation.
- In-home respite – This option involves a support worker coming to the individual’s home to provide care and support. It allows a primary carer to take a break from their caregiving responsibilities while ensuring the individual’s needs are met.
- Community-based respite – Participants can stay in a community based facility for a short period, such as a group home or respite centre. This type of short term accommodation offers participants the chance to interact with others and engage in activities in a community setting.
- Host family respite – In this arrangement, the participant can stay with a host family for a short period who can provide the care and support that the participant needs. This can be a good way for them to experience different environments and build social connections.
- Crisis or emergency respite – We can provide short term accommodation in a situation where the primary caregiver is unable to provide care due to an emergency or illness. We can ensure the needs of the individual are met during a crisis.
Benefits of Short Term Accommodation
NDIS Short term accommodation provides a vital source of respite care, benefitting both participants and caregivers in numerous ways. Beyond providing a much needed pause from caregiving responsibilities to alleviate stress and prevent caregiver burnout, it also creates room for self care. This allows carers to rejuvenate, ensuring they can continue to provide top-quality care without compromising their own physical and mental health.
What’s more, short term accommodation offers participants an invaluable change of scenery. It opens doors to fresh environments, fosters social engagement and the opportunity to learn new skills. This is an experience that is not only stimulating and enjoyable but also increases their independence and enriches their overall quality of life.
In addition to this, the ability to tap into short term accommodation at certain times throughout your NDIS plan, whether there’s an emergency or any unique need, offers invaluable peace of mind. It assures all involved parties that the level of care will remain consistent, regardless of particular circumstances that arise.
Why Choose Maple for Short Term Accommodation?
Maple Community Services specialises in providing Short Term Accommodation for people with disabilities in any home setting, whether it is shared or in your private home, short term, medium term, or long term.
As NDIS short term accommodation providers, Maple Community Services have SIL and SDA accommodation options available within the Greater Sydney area. Our accommodations in Western Sydney are located in Jordan Springs, Penrith, Austral, Lethbridge Park, Lalor Park, Tregear and Hurstville in Southern Sydney. We also have various accommodation options around New South Wales in Cowra, Newcastle and Orange. Additionally we work with SDA providers right across Australia to ensure we can meet all of your needs.
Our experienced team of Support Workers assist the SIL community to achieve daily tasks. These include: personal care, transport, household chores, shopping, meal preparation, medication assistance, community participation, and so much more.
Our services proudly span a wide range of suburbs in Sydney. In the heart of Western Sydney, we have a presence in areas like Blacktown, Blue Mountains, Camden, and Penrith, among others. Additionally, we cater to regions such as Bayside, Burwood, Canada Bay, and Hornsby, extending our reach to Inner West, Ku-ring-gai, Lane Cove, and beyond, all the way to Woollahra and Waverly.
We are a highly skilled group of experts who will work with you to arrange the kind of care you want and deserve to help you achieve your goals and live more independently. Our specialised SIL Management Team is ready and able to assist you through the whole process including helping with the collation of documents through to NDIS Budget Approvals and Service Delivery.
We are renowned for our extremely fast turnaround and approval times for Referrals. Please reach out to us for help with your NDIS short term accommodation in Sydney SIL, Core Support, Plan Management, and Support Coordination Referral.
Do I Qualify For NDIS Short Term Accommodation?
Short Term Accommodation is available to those whose usual carers need time off, or are unable to work. It is also available for those transitioning between supports or into SIL. Additionally, it is available to those who want time away from their usual home setting to experience new situations and go back to your home with a new mindset. Funding may depend on the specifics of your NDIS Plan.
For further information about NDIS and Maple Community Services Accommodation, you can learn more here.
Does NDIS Pay for Short Term Accommodation?
Yes, the NDIS can fund Short Term Accommodation for up to 14 days if you or your carer need time away from your usual living situation. It can cover personal care, accommodation, food, and activities you and your provider agree on.
If you’re looking for Short Term Accommodation and want to see what we have to offer, get in touch with us; we’d love to connect and make a plan for your time away with you
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