Supported Independent Living (SIL)
Our SIL is an alternative to residential aged care, where people with disability can live in their own homes or apartment with assistance from our team members 24 hours a day and seven days a week.
NDIS’ Supported Independent Living (SIL) helps you live independently in your home. This support is for people who need extra help to perform everyday tasks such as personal care, meal preparation, household chores, transportation, and more.
The SIL is an alternative to residential aged care, where people with disability can live in their own homes or apartment with assistance or supervision from others 24 hours a day and seven days a week. Your choices will still be yours to make: You can decide where you live and with whom, what services and supports you want and need, and what activities you want to do.
In SIL, your plan will specify the types of support and services to help you live safely at home and ensure your needs are met when they arise. You can choose whether or not these supports are provided by someone else or whether they involve equipment that helps with tasks like cooking, cleaning, or medication management.
Why Easy Healthcare ?
Easy Healthcare is a leading provider of NDIS Supported Independent Living (SIL) services in Australia. We are committed to making your experience with the NDIS as simple and stress-free as possible. Our mission is to help people who use our services live as independently and safely as possible, and we do this by providing a range of support services tailored to each person’s individual needs. We create a positive environment for our clients, which sets us apart from other companies.
Respite Care Services We Offer
Our Easy Healthcare professionals have extensive experience in providing respite care services and are happy to provide the highest level of care to your loved ones while assuring that their needs are met.
Short Term Accommodation (STA)
Mid Term Accommodation (MTA)
Supported Independent Living (SIL)
Frequently Asked Questions about Supported Independent Living (SIL)
Respite care services can be arranged for one day, several days, or weeks.
You will be assigned a staff member to help with your medical needs while at home. Your support worker will work with a medically trained professional who can assist and support you 24/7, including taking medication if necessary. If additional help is needed, your support worker can call on other professionals to help.
You may want to bring some personal possessions when you move into your new home under the SIL program.
When it comes to personal space, such as your bedroom, you can bring beds, bedside tables, photos, TVs, or anything else that will help make the room a place where you feel comfortable and happy.
When it comes to things that can be placed in common areas (such as kitchens), these items will need to be discussed with other occupants.
Your family and friends are a vital part of your NDIS plan. They can help you track your health, well-being, or disability changes. They can also support you with tasks and activities that you might find challenging.
Visitations are strongly encouraged, so it’s important to let your care provider know who will be coming to visit and when they are expected. If you have visitors regularly, let them know if there are particular days they should avoid visiting because of appointments or other commitments.