White Rock, Supported Independent Living (SIL)
Group Model of Support
Fully accessible and suitable for wheelchair users.
Gender of tenants
Male and female
Age range of tenants
Not yet available
Preferred gender of tenants
Male and female
Is this home right for me?
There are currently 3 people living in this house between the ages of 35 and 65.
It is a fairly active household with most housemates participating in chosen activities outside the home throughout the week and everyone contributing towards keeping the house clean and tidy.
This home would be well-suited to someone who thrives on routine and likes being around other people, whilst still respecting the personal space of those around them.
Based in tropical North Queensland, this recently refurbished home offers the best in open plan living with a large kitchen, dining and lounge room area.
There are 4 bedrooms each with built-in robes, and 2 shared bathrooms (1 bathroom per 2 people).
With balmy temperatures and year-round sunshine, you will delight in the outdoor breezes from the comfort of your very own patio. And if it starts to get too hot – you can always go back inside and turn on the split system air conditioning!
If you enjoy nature and getting out and about, you will love this home. Located in a leafy area of White Rock, it is surrounded by parks and open spaces, with an aquarium and a museum less than 15 minutes away.
You will also be just a hop, skip and a jump away from the Cairns CBD as well as great cafes and restaurants to enjoy with the company of your housemates, friends and family.
If you’re considering taking part in any other Endeavour Foundation services, this home is also conveniently located within close proximity to the Endeavour Foundation Learning and Lifestyle hub and Business Solution site. Both are under 15 minutes away by car and offer day programs and supported employment opportunities.
To apply for this vacancy, you will need funding for Supported Independent Living (SIL) in your NDIS plan. Talk to us today and we can help guide you through the NDIS process.
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