Open plan home with generous indoor and outdoor living
|Property suburb||Stanthorpe, QLD|
|Home interior style||Country rustic|
|Number of other residents||4|
|Gender of residents||Male and female|
|Disability support||Group model of support|
Is this the right home for you?
There is currently a mix of male and female residents between the ages of 40-60 living in this home. They have a broad range of interests including cooking, listening to music, doing arts and crafts, or going on day trips to the library, nearby parks and gardens, or even for a swim at the local pool.
This home would be well suited to someone who is easy going and would like the idea of making friends and spending time with your new housemates.
As part of Endeavour Foundation’s My Home, My Life initiative, this recently renovated home has been designed to the platinum standard of Livable Housing Australia Guidelines and is built above and beyond what is required by legislation for Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA.)
Featuring country-rustic internal styling with open floor plans and accessible home interior design, this five bedroom, four bathroom home is fitted with modern safety features, including Tunstall Assistive Technology, which aid independence and offers peace of mind for you and your loved ones. Help buttons are installed in each bedroom, bathroom and living spaces and there is a provision for additional bespoke assistive technology as required. Home automation features like Smart Home ducted air-conditioning systems with individual room control are also included.
Situated close to the heart of Stanthorpe, this home is conveniently located near all the amenities you would need including shopping centres, health services and public transport. It is also a short drive from the Stanthorpe Endeavour Foundation Learning and Lifestyle hub, where you can participate in a broad range of activities and learning programs designed specifically for people with intellectual disability.
Surrounded by farmlands, orchards, and vineyards, Stanthorpe is a picturesque country town not far from the New South Wales border. It has one of the cooler climates in all of Queensland and is probably best known as the home of the apple, with many of Australia’s best apples produced throughout the region.
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.