Supported Independent Living (SIL) in Stanthorpe
|Number of other residents||3|
|Gender of residents||Female|
|Preferred gender of applicant||Female|
|Disability support||Group Model of Support|
Is this the right home for you?
Located in a quiet, friendly neighbourhood, this home is perfect for an animal lover. There are currently three female housemates aged between 40-51, who share the home with Ginger, the resident cat. The house also has regular visits from friendly magpies and kangaroos!
The ladies have a broad range of interests including walking, shopping, reading, arts and crafts, and socialising in the community.
This home would be well suited to someone who is easy going and would like to make friends and spend time with new housemates.
Picture yourself sitting in the afternoon sun on the front veranda of this modern four-bedroom, two-bathroom home. Situated away from the street, the home enjoys views over bushland from the front yard.
Wheelchair-friendly footpaths all around the home lead to a big backyard with two outdoor settings. The large undercover area is perfect for outdoor living – a place to enjoy time with friends, family and your new housemates.
Inside, the spacious kitchen has a horseshoe shaped bench, perfect for social cook-ups. The large fridge/freezer can store all your goodies and there’s also a brand-new oven, electric hot plate and dishwasher.
During the winter months, you can get cosy in the large lounge room and curl up by the fireplace with Ginger the cat – well, you are in Queensland’s coldest town after all!
Your room features new wood grain vinyl flooring, a large built-in robe, WiFi access and air-conditioning for those summer months.
Picturesque Stanthorpe is home to a range of cafes, boutique stores and galleries, surrounded by farmlands, fruit orchards and vineyards. This home is conveniently located near everyday essentials such as shopping centres, health services, public transport and even a community swimming pool. It is also positioned a short drive from the Stanthorpe Endeavour Foundation Learning and Lifestyle hub, where you can participate in many activities and learning programs designed specifically for people with intellectual disability.
The country town of Stanthorpe is also host to cultural attractions such as the Heritage Museum, Regional Art Gallery and showgrounds. It is known for having a cooler climate 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.