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Provider Information

Gender of Attendants: 
Male
Female
We have workers which speak these languages:
Hindi, Nepalese, Punjab
We can provide support for:
LGBTQIA+ Friendly
Culturally & Linguistically Diverse Provider (CALD)
Supports High Care Needs
Works with Complex Cases

What we do

What we offer

Who We Are?

                                                                                         We are specialised in SIL accommodation

Nurse aid Australia is a South Australia base Registered NDIS provider who are committed to make the difference in the life of people living with disability. We believe in our vision of becoming the Best NDIS provider nationwide by providing best possible support with highly skilled team of professional. We are specialised in:

  • Supported Independent Living (SIL)
  • vacation and respite care
  • community nursing
  • high dependancy personal care
  • community participation.

Nurse Aid Australia is built to serve. Each day we are driven to ensure our participants needs and goals are not just met but exceeded. To make that happen we are committed to providing:

  • Personalized Holistic Support to build the capacity so that our participants can live meaningful lives,
  • Non-discriminative service approach where everyone’s views are heard and equally valued Professional support by skilled staff members who are highly focused on offering choices and control,
  • empowering decision-making process, promoting independent living, and at the same time making sure participant’s safety, dignity and human rights are respected.

What We Offer?

  • All our participants are access to 24/7 Registered Nurse on call service,
  • Participant’s choice and control is our priority,
  • Personalised Holistic Support,
  • Team of highly skilled and experienced nurses and Support Worker,
  • Being a small business we are flexible, attainable and go the extra mile.

 

 

SUPPORTED INDEPENDENT LIVING (SIL)

Shared supported living is one of the programs to support disabled people to encourage them to live a better life without depending on anyone. Living independently might seem like a huge task but with the support of Government under SIL helps to let the individual develop skills to live by themselves along with help from the support staff which carries out daily life tasks like:

  • personal care
  • cooking
  • cleaning

Every individual with a disability has an NDIS planner. In the meetings with the planner, the person must explain the reasons or circumstances for the funding of a SIL. The best way of getting the grant for your accommodation from the NDIS is by clearly expressing the need and urgency for help and support to live on your own. Every individual with disabilities has a coordinator, they speak to the relevant people who help in finding a house that has more individuals with disabilities like themselves. The NDIS funds everyone in the house individually. After working out the schedule of the housemates, the fund planner will work out everyone’s routine, and provide support accordingly. The support can also be shared with the housemates. Shared living accommodation provides and manages the staff for the household tasks which cannot be done by themselves. While looking for shared accommodation, the SIL provider helps the individuals to have access to the community outside the home too. If there are any additional requirements or complaints regarding any support or help, the SIL provider will investigate it.

NDIS funded Shared Living Accommodation makes sure the individual is at ease and given the best facilities.

  • To ensure this, the workers are screened regularly.
  • They help you in achieving any personal or work-related goals.
  • Moreover, support is extended so that they can attend social activities or meetings.
  • Sometimes overnight support is needed by the individuals.
  • The support will make sure the medications are taken as per the prescription, they take utmost care of the personal safety and security of everyone in the house.

SIL funding can be used in:

  • Special disability accommodation
  • Private rental
  • House of the individual’s
  • House through any government’s scheme
  • Shared accommodation

Supported Individual Living or Shared Living Accommodation does not include an individual’s daily expenditure like groceries, rent, travel or for other expenses which are already paid by other programs by the government.

 

MEDIUM TERM ACCOMMODATION

Medium term accommodation i.e. MTA is one of the programs under NDIS by the government to provide better quality of life for individuals with any disabilities. 

The MTA is available for 30 to 90 days and is a one-time support since the individual moves to a permanent house before the end of this period.

In the following circumstances, the individual should opt for the MTA (Medium Term Accommodation): –

  • If an individual with disability requires a temporary place to stay while waiting for the permanent long-term house to move in, which may be delayed due to maintenance or unavailability.
  • While waiting to receive Supported Independent Living (SIL) and move into a permanent house.
  • After being discharged from the hospital or care home while your disabilities supports are ready.

In any circumstances, to avail the grant for MTA, it is mandatory to show the proof that you have a long-term house, and help is only needed to cover for the rent of the temporary house.

MTA helps individuals with disabilities to live somewhere temporarily while they wait for other disability supports or their long-term accommodation to be available for them. There are other programs by NDIS to cover living costs which also include rent of the long-term accommodation. MTA makes sure that individual with disabilities have a safe and secure house to stay in while pursuing their life goals.

 

SHORT TERM ACCOMMODATION

Short-term accommodation is an NDIS funded program for individuals with disabilities who need to live out of home for a short time. This can work as a respite for the individual as well as their carers. If used well, STA will be a good break and can be spent in learning new things or increasing the quality of life of disabled individuals and carers too. NDIS grants funds for short-term accommodation up to 28 days per year, these do not have to be applied or used in a single time but can be taken in multiple breaks over the year.

Moreover, it can be seen as a chance to meet new people, make new friends, or open a new horizon to learn more things. It will act as a lovely respite and leave them feeling rejuvenated and more productive in their current life.  Short term accommodation program helps individuals with any disabilities to not miss out on this small joy of life. The carers need a well-deserved break from their duties, too.

There are standard rates set by the NDIS for the Short-term accommodation program, the individuals are given grants for the getaways within this only. Unless the individual has specified individual support, the individuals are expected to share the support.

The group prices help to grab some great deals and benefits which will make sure the getaway is better, and the budget is maintained. STA is most of the time included in the core budget of the individual. The individual can apply for funds or the budget for the short-term accommodation or respite accommodation can be used from the core budget. The individual can speak to their Support coordinator or planner, who will help them receive the necessary funds and may even be able to help them work more goals and receive benefits of various other programs by NDIS. The final funds released for the getaways is always done keeping in mind the best interest of the person and their carers because NDIS understands the importance of these STA.

When an individual applies for short term accommodation with the help of Support coordinator, they need to submit a few documents like specifying the need for STA related to disability, provide information if there is any support extended from family or others. If the STA might help them achieve any life goals and would helpthem be a part of any community activity, provide evidence for the same.

  • There are special provisions for children in Short Term Accommodation and NDIS, you might want to research a little more about the added-on benefits given to disabled children. 
  • It is to be noted that the STA is not a way to avail a holiday or trip support by the government, it is only granted ifthe short-term accommodation is related to their disability, respite or for learning any skill.

 

ELIZABETH PARK

   

3 Vacancies
3 Bedrooms for Clients
2 Bathrooms
Wheelchair accessible
Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) funding not required
Supported Independent Living (SIL) funding is required

VACANCY DETAILS

24/7 support with Passive overnight.
3 vacant bedrooms.
Share house with two other participants.
Nurse Aid Australia carefully match clients with other people who share similar interests and goals.
Support is provided through Nurse Aid Australia Supported Independent Living (SIL) NDIS service.

FEATURES

Located on a quiet street.
All bedrooms with built-in robes
Shared areas: Large open plan accessible kitchen/dining, large living/lounge areas, a bathroom with a bath and separate toilet
Solar panels that reduce the cost of utility.
Fully fenced backyard with accessible undercover area with barbecue.

BEDROOM FEATURES

Timber flooring.
Built-in wardrobe.
Large window overlooking garden.

NEARBY FACILITIES

Reserve across the road.
A minute away local supermarket
6-minute drive to Playford Civic Centre,
9 minutes driveMunno Para Shopping City,
45 minutes into the Adelaide CBD.

***   This home is suited for females, who require an accessible home and can accommodate people with a wide range of support needs. There are currently no other people living in this home.

FUNDING

To apply for this vacancy you will be asked to have funding for supported independent living in your NDIS plan, and to pay your share of rent and utilities. We will also ask you or your support person to sign a tenancy agreement with Housing provider and a Supported Independent Living service agreement with the SIL provider.

 

BRAHMA LODGE

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2 vacancies
4 bedrooms for Clients
Wheelchair accessible
Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) funding not required
Supported Independent Living (SIL) funding is required

VACANCY DETAILS

24/7 support with Active overnight.
2 vacant bedrooms.
Share house with two other male participants in their 50s.
Nurse Aid Australia carefully matches clients with other people who share similar interests and goals.
Support is provided through Nurse Aid Australia Supported Independent Living (SIL) NDIS service.

FEATURES

Located on a quiet street.
4 bedrooms for clients.
Master bedroom with ensuite,
Shared areas: Large open plan accessible kitchen/dining, second large living/lounge areas, 2
2 bathrooms withtoilets
1 separate toilet for staff,
5 Kw Solar panels that reduce the cost of utility.
Fully fenced backyard with accessible undercover area with barbecue.
Flat, level property ensuring easy accessibility.

BEDROOM FEATURES

Timber flooring, carpet in bedrooms.
Built-in wardrobe.
Large window overlooking garden.

NEARBY FACILITIES

5 minute drive to the Para banks Shopping Centre
5 minutes away Salisbury train station for added convenience.
30 minutes into the Adelaide CBD.

***  This home is suited to both males between age of 40s – 60s who require an accessible home. can accommodate people with a wide range of support needs.

PARA HILLS WEST

     

2 vacancies
3 bedrooms for Clients
1 bathroom
Wheelchair accessible
Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) funding not required
Supported Independent Living (SIL) funding is required

VACANCY DETAILS

24/7 support with active overnight.
2 vacant bedrooms.
Share house with one other participant.
Nurse Aid Australia carefully match clients with other people who share similar interests and goals.
Support is provided through Nurse Aid Australia Supported Independent Living (SIL) NDIS service.

FEATURES

Located on a quiet street.
3 bedrooms
2 bedrooms for clients.
Shared areas: Large open plan accessible kitchen/dining, large living/lounge areas and a large accessible bathroom.
Fully fenced backyard with accessible undercover area with barbecue.
Flat, level property ensuring easy accessibility.

BEDROOM FEATURES

Vinyl flooring.
Wardrobes in all rooms.
Large window overlooking garden.

NEARBY FACILITIES

Close to plabic transport.
Short drive Tea Tree Plaza, Modbury Hospital, and the Tea Tree Plaza Interchange Public transport nearby.
Medical centre within a 3-minute drive.
30-minute drive to the Adelaide City Centre.

***   This home is suited to both males and females, who require an accessible home and can accommodate people with a wide range of support needs. There are currently no other people living in this home.

 

NORTHFIELD

3 vacancies
3 bedrooms for Clients
2 bathrooms
Wheelchair accessible
Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) funding not required
Supported Independent Living (SIL) funding is required

VACANCY DETAILS

24/7 support with active overnight.
3 vacant bedrooms.
Share house with two other participants.
Nurse Aid Australia carefully matches participants with other people who shares similar interests and goals.
Support is provided through Nurse Aid Australia Supported Independent Living (SIL) NDIS service.

FEATURES

Located on a quiet street.
3 bedrooms
3 bedrooms for clients.
Master bedroom with ensuite.
Shared areas: Large open plan accessible kitchen/dining, large living/lounge areas and a large accessible bathroom.
Fully fenced backyard with accessible undercover area with barbecue.
Flat, level property ensuring easy accessibility.

BEDROOM FEATURES

Vinyl flooring.
Built-in wardrobe.
Large window overlooking garden.

NEARBY FACILITIES

Close to multiple public transports.
Short drive Engle farm shopping centre,
Short Drive to Tea Tree Plaza, Modbury Hospital, and the Tea Tree Plaza Interchange Public transport nearby.
Medical centre within a 3 minute drive.
20 minute drive to the Adelaide City Centre.

***   This home is suited to both males and females, who require an accessible home.Can accommodate people with a wide range of support needs. There are currently no other participants living in this home.

 

 

 

Salisbury 5108, SA (Head Office)
Salisbury
SA 5108
Elizabeth 5112, SA
Elizabeth
SA 5112
Golden Grove 5125, SA
Golden Grove
SA 5125
Modbury 5092, SA
Modbury
SA 5092
Northfield 5085, SA
Northfield
SA 5085
Northgate 5085, SA
Northgate
SA 5085
Parafield Gardens 5107, SA
Parafield Gardens
SA 5107

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