Innisfail, Supported Independent Living (SIL)
Group Model of Support
Gender of tenants
Male and Female
Age range of tenants
48 - 54
Preferred gender of tenants
Male or Female
Is this home right for me?
During the week this is a pretty busy household. Current residents enjoy being active and spending time out and about in the community. But by early afternoon, everyone is home to share in the routines of household activities like cooking.
The ideal new housemate for this residence will enjoy participating in household activities like cooking, watching movies and listening to music. You will have a friendly disposition and enjoy interactions that aren’t too loud.
This modern, single-story home features five bedrooms, and two and a half bathrooms, with space for four housemates and one support staff.
Shared spaces include a spacious kitchen with dishwasher, a cosy living room and an outdoor entertaining area.
There is currently one vacancy available in this home. The vacant room has air-conditioning and WiFi as well as a built-in robe and a sliding door which opens to a lovely patio area.
Just a short drive from the heart of Innisfail, this property is close to Kmart, Woolworths, Coles and Chemist Warehouse. Your new home is also close to coffee shops, The Con Theatre Innisfail and more.
If you enjoy being out in nature, then you will be spoiled for choice with many parks close by including Haddrell Park which backs on to the sprawling South Johnstone River. Warrina Lakes Botanical Gardens is also short drive from your new home and features walking tracks, beautiful gardens, and covered areas to enjoy a lunch time picnic.
If you are interested in working or attending day services, this home is a short drive from the Endeavour Foundation Business Solutions site and Learning and Lifestyle hub where you can find supported employment opportunities or participate in a regularly updated calendar of day activities and learning programs.
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