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Helping you achieve your SIL NDIS goals.

Supporting Your Independence

Amazing Grace Community Services offers Supported Independent Living (SIL) that provides you with access to 24-hour in-home care. 


You can get Supported Independent Living if you live or are looking to live with other NDIS participants or if you live on your own. Services are available in the Northern Territory, Western Australia & South Australia.

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Options to meet your needs

We have multiple houses that provide SIL NDIS services in Darwin, Palmerston and neighbouring Rural Areas from which you can choose.  We are also now in the Kimberly Region in WA, Perth WA, Adelaide SA, and Port Augusta SA.

Supported Independent Living includes help or supervision with daily tasks, like personal care or cooking meals. It helps you live as independently as possible while building your skills.


Supported Independent Living is for people with higher support needs, who need some level of help at home all the time, including overnight.

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Choice & Control

We give you control throughout the process, allowing you to choose where you want to live, who you want to live with, and who will support you.

You might want to live with and share your supports with other participants you know. Or, you might want to move in with friends you haven't met yet.


Depending on your needs, our SIL NDIS houses have a 1:1, 2:1. 1:2 or 1:3 ratio.


All of our SIL houses provide 24-hour assistance.

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24/7 Care

Amazing Grace Community Services provides a variety of services that are designed to help our clients live more independently. These services are offered 24 hours a day by our skilled and highly trained staff.

Our NDIS SIL services include:

help with personal care tasks

help to build your skills in things like meal preparation and cooking, cleaning, and developing a routine

help to action any behaviour support plans you have

help to develop your social skills

support with supervision, personal safety and security

support to give you your medication

support for medical appointments

community access that is not routine or regular, for example, support to complete personal tasks

support to get to and from community access activities, where this is your preference. For example, support to attend hydrotherapy sessions, or to visit family or friends outside of the home.

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