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Supported Accommodation SIL, ILO, STA, MTA & respite care

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Supported Accommodation SIL, ILO, STA, MTA & respite care

These are the types of disability housing options that can be funded by the NDIS:

  • Supported Independent Living (SIL)
  • Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA)
  • Individualised living Option (ILO)
  • Respite and Short-term Accommodation (STA)\
  • Medium-Term Accommodation (MTA)

Supported Independent Living (SIL): Your NDIS plan will contain SIL funding so that you can get the help you need to become more self-sufficient at home. Home-based assistance, such as personal care aides, housekeepers, and cooks, can be paid for with SIL funds.

Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA): SDA houses are designed created so that they are suited to your disability needs, whatever that may be. For example, they are homes that feature bigger doors and ramps for wheelchair access, vast living areas for ease of movement, and furniture selections to fit special needs.

Individualised living Option (ILO): ILO is a support that enables you and your family to select the home in which you would like to reside and configure your supports in a manner that is most appropriate for your requirements. An individualised living option, often known as an ILO, is a support package that can help you live the life you want, Support for individualised living options meant to be adaptable in the event that your requirements change and can be modified to meet your requirements for safety, consistency, and versatility.

Respite and Short-term Accommodation (STA): You can improve your ability to function independently by taking advantage of respite care and short-term Accommodation. This is also an excellent opportunity for you to experience alternative ways of life. You also have the option of utilising respite services in the event that your primary caregivers are unable to provide you with support when you need it the most. For instance, you could live in a home that you share with friends or a housemate; you could live with a host family; or you may live on your own while receiving the necessary support.

Medium-Term Accommodation (MTA) The NDIS Medium-Term Accommodation (MTA) programme is intended to provide participants with a secure and suitable temporary housing solution for up to three months, and maybe longer depending on the circumstances of each individual’s case. This is the product you need if you are in the process of having adaptations made to your home, if you are on a waiting list after being eligible for Specialist Disability Accommodation, or if you are at risk of being admitted to an aged care facility.

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