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Creating a Home: Supported Independent Living in Darwin

Supported Independent Living (SIL) and Independent Living Options (ILO) are essential parts of the NDIS scheme that help people living with special needs improve their quality of life. Since 2018, the team at Amazing Grace Community Services has been helping people in Darwin find and settle into accommodation. In this article, we outline how supported independent living can help you, discuss the different individual living options and outline the benefits. Contact one of our friendly team members online today.




SIL NDIS in Darwin

We offer Supported Independent Living in Darwin and provide people living with special needs with 24-hour access to home care. They have the flexibility of deciding who they want to live with, where they want to live and who they want to support them. We provide many homes in the Northern Territory, Western Australia and South Australia. SIL NDIS in Darwin supports independent living by supervising daily tasks, such as cooking meals or with personal care while helping to build independent skills.


ILO via Short-Term Accommodation or Respite NDIS Options

Through the NDIS independent living scheme, we can provide short-term accommodation for people living with special needs. ILO via Short-Term Accommodation or Respite NDIS options provide funding for accommodation and support if someone needs a short time away from their typical residence. This support covers the cost of care for up to 14 days at a time, with the option of staying by yourself or with other people living in Supported Independent Living in Darwin.


Benefits of ILO and SIL

The goal of ILO and SIL support is to support the positive mental health and well-being of people living with individual and special needs. Support allows them to spend beneficial time apart and enjoy relaxation and recreation. Some of their many benefits include help with:

  • Personal care tasks

  • Building skills, such as meal preparation, cooking and cleaning

  • Actioning behaviour support plans

  • Developing social skills

  • Supervision, personal safety and security

  • Giving you medication

  • Making medical appointments

  • Getting to and from activities, such as visiting family or friends

Discover all the benefits of SIL and ILO in the NDIS with Amazing Grace Community Services in Darwin. Contact us online and find your new home today.

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