Short-term accommodation/respite can take many forms, and it is basically funding for support that provides individuals with an opportunity to spend time away from their usual home environment.
This could be staying in another supported living or group home provided by a specialist NDIS provider or having dedicated NDIS funding to organize a holiday somewhere new – just to try something different and make life fun again!
In either case or scenario, NDIS Short-Term Accommodation covers expenses for care and medical needs over periods of up to 14 days. This is particularly useful for those who are not able to be looked after by their usual carers, as the NDIS gives them access to much-needed support and helps them experience something totally different and out of the ordinary!
Empower Living is a top-notch provider that will assess, plan, and monitor the quality of your short accommodation experience. We will help you choose the right accommodation to suit your needs and ensure that you have a comfortable stay at all times. All you have to do is tell us how you want us to serve you.
Short-Term Accommodation (STA) under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provides temporary living arrangements for individuals with disabilities. It offers respite for caregivers, allowing participants to experience new environments while receiving necessary support. STA caters to diverse needs, from planned breaks to emergency situations, fostering independence and social engagement. The NDIS covers the cost of short-term stays in appropriate accommodations, facilitating flexibility and relief for both participants and their families.
If you are looking for STA NDIS, EMpower Living is here for you!
At Empower Living, we guarantee your satisfaction by being flexible with our services and exploring possibilities to make your home and life better. We know that no two clients have the same needs and that it takes a personalized approach to figure out which ones are best for your unique situations and ways of life.
With us, you can be confident that you will not only get a place to be more independent but also a place conducive enough to try new things, make new friends, and develop new skills – all while having your disability support needs met!