Supported Independent Living
Supported Independent Living (SIL) is a NDIS support service where help and/or supervision of daily tasks is provided to develop the skills of people with disabilities to live as independently as possible.
Our Supported Independent Living service provides:
Our Shared In-Home Supported Living service is available as a regular and consistent weekly service. Please note a minimum of one four-hour shift per week applies.
In-Home Drop-In Support
Our drop-in support service assists people with disability to live independently in their own home by providing:
Our drop-in support service is available as a regular and consistent weekly service. Please note a minimum of one four-hour shift per week applies.
Try new things, learn new skills or get involved in your community with our In-Community Support service. The service is available seven days a week and includes:
Support provided depends on the assessed need and the funding arrangement for each person. Services range from occasional drop-in to intensive 24/7 support. Please note that a minimum three-hour shift with a regular service delivery pattern applies.
Our accommodation can be funded in different ways. Our friendly and expert staff will work with you to find and apply for the right funding and help you through the process.
Royal Rehab is an NDIS approved provider and all our disability support services and accommodation can be accessed through NDIS funding under the categories of Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) and Supported Independent Living (SIL). It is important that you have, or are applying for, the correct funding from the NDIS.
Royal Rehab use prices as set by the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) and as published in the NDIS Support Catalogue when charging for NDIS related services. All fees and charges will be detailed within your Service Agreement.
You can also access our accommodation under individually funded support packages including iCare, workers compensation and insurance core supports. This includes funded support services either agency managed, self-managed or a combination of both.