Housing & Accommodation, Respite & Short-Term Accommodation

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Disability Accommodation And Housing Options

At Bila Counselling & Support Services, we offer a carefully curated and highly flexible service model that supports independent and shared living options for NDIS participants. Our disability housing options ensure that people with a disability have access to the right accommodation for their personal circumstances. We work closely with our clients, their family, and other supports to find suitable accommodation and allows our clients to work towards their goals.

Our goal is to help individuals find disability accommodation that is safe and feels like a home, giving them the necessary environment to achieve their goals and develop independence.

The Benefits Of Supported Disability Accommodation

At Bila, we understand that people with a disability can have unique living requirements, which often means that living arrangements can be somewhat limiting. Our goal is to maximise independence and find appropriate, well-suited housing for our clients with disabilities.

We believe that every home should perfectly suit your needs and allow you to exercise choice regarding where you live, who you live with, and how you live.

Disability Housing Options:

At Bila, we align participants with a wide variety of housing and accommodation options that encourage each individual to be independent. Some choices in place to ensure accommodation options support those with a disability include:

Respite Care & Short-term Accommodation

Respite means that family members can find support if they want a break from their role as a carer. It also offers people with disabilities the opportunity to get out and about in the community. This helps to provide help in social aspects to build confidence, Self-esteem, and community engagement for all.

Two types of respite are available:

Non-residential respite - This may involve someone coming into your home to care for a family member with a disability or accompanying them to activities in the community.

These activities can include:

Residential respite - his can include short-term stays away from home.

These activities can include:

If you would like to learn more about our independent living options, NDIS funding, shared housing, drop-in support, or any of our other services, get in touch with us today.

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