Group / Shared Living

Personalised assistance: Our support workers provide personalised assistance with various daily living tasks such as cooking, cleaning, shopping, personal care, and household maintenance. This includes helping individuals with meal preparation, ensuring a clean and comfortable living environment, and assisting with personal hygiene and grooming.

Collaboration and communication: We value open communication and collaboration among housemates. Our support workers facilitate regular house meetings and encourage discussion and collaboration on household matters. This helps create a positive and inclusive living environment where everyone’s voices are heard and respected.

Individualised care plans: We work closely with each individual and their housemates to develop individualised care plans. These plans take into consideration the specific needs, preferences, and goals of each person, ensuring that support is tailored to their unique requirements within the shared living setting.

Life skills development: We believe in empowering individuals with the necessary skills to develop independence and confidence in their daily lives. Our support workers provide guidance and assistance in developing life skills such as budgeting, meal planning, and personal organisation. This helps individuals gain the skills they need to successfully manage their responsibilities within the shared living environment.

Social engagement and community integration: We recognise the importance of social engagement and community integration in enhancing the overall quality of life. Our support workers facilitate opportunities for social interaction and community involvement, such as organising group activities, connecting individuals with local social and recreational resources, and encouraging participation in community events.


Participants under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) who require support in a shared living arrangement are eligible to access our shared living support services.

Responsibilities and tasks within the shared living arrangement are determined through collaboration and discussion among housemates. Our support workers assist in facilitating these discussions and ensuring that responsibilities are divided fairly and in accordance with each individual's capabilities and preferences.

The level of support and availability of support workers in shared living environments can be tailored to the needs and preferences of individuals. This may include 24-hour support, overnight support, or support during specific hours of the day, depending on the individual's support plan.

Yes, individuals can have input in selecting their housemates. We encourage individuals to express their preferences for housemates to ensure compatibility and a positive living environment. However, final decisions on housemate selection may be influenced by availability and NDIS funding guidelines.

Our support workers are trained to handle conflicts and promote effective communication and resolution strategies. They work closely with individuals and their housemates to address conflicts and facilitate open discussions, aiming to find mutually agreeable solutions and maintain a harmonious living environment.

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