Interaction offer tailored supports to help people find disability housing vacancies in the Ryde area. We can help you find a suitable place to live, or match you with housemates in a supported living arrangement.
Disability Housing is available in three major forms
High Support Accommodation
Unplanned Onsite Supported Accommodation
If you are looking to move out of home and living independently, Interaction are here to help you in whatever capacity is required to make this dream a reality.
High Support Disability Housing Vacancies in the Ryde Area
High support accommodation is a living arrangement where 24/7 support is provided to participants who need comprehensive assistance. This support can include help with daily tasks like cooking, cleaning and transport or a non-active overnight stay.
High-Support is most relevant if you need:
Ongoing management for behaviours of concern
Personalised management of complex medical needs
Under this arrangement, a qualified Interaction team member will be on call to offer supervision and assistance whenever it may be needed. If you are interested in High Support accommodation, please reach out and explore our current vacancies in Ryde and the surrounding suburbs.
Unplanned Onsite Supported Accommodation – Disability Housing Vacancies in Ryde
Unplanned onsite supported accommodation is a hybrid model that supports people who want to live independently and still access support and care. These are purpose built environments with all the necessary amenities to support your transition to independent living.
We support participants with brand-new apartments that have been designed with;
Accessible bathrooms, kitchens and bedrooms
Automated kitchen benchtops and customisable bathrooms
Accessible communal outdoor spaces
Structural allowance for the installation of ceiling hoists
Please note that SDA funding is required for this level of accommodation. If you don’t already have this included in your NDIS Plan, we can help you work out if you are eligible and provide support during the application process.
Luana has almost 30 years of experience in teaching and community services both here and in New Zealand. Since arriving in Australia in 2008 Luana has managed mental health, disability and community justice services at a senior level. More recently she has supported organisations through compliance requirements including NDIS recertification. Quality and compliance are key areas of interest along with a desire to see people reach their potential.
Senior Manager – Accommodation & Shared Living
Phil began in his career in the Central West in 2008 as a support worker and never looked back. After working in various day programs and respite services in the area before moving to Sydney, he soon found agency work, which ultimately led him to Interaction in 2016.
Starting first as a Social Educator and then moving into the role of Team Leader at one of Interaction’s residential properties, Phil is now a Senior Manager within our Accommodation Team.
He is still as passionate about the industry as he was when he first started. Phil considers his current role as one of support, albeit through a different window where he is able to improve the lives of our participants by working through others.
Beginning her career in the disability sector as a support worker in 2015, Hayley has been with Interaction since 2018. She soon moved into the position of Team Leader and then House Manager for one of Interaction’s high support accommodation facilities. Hayley is currently in the position of Accommodation Manager for a group of supported accommodation facilities.
Hayley is currently studying a Cert IV in Disability. As soon as she started supporting participants, she knew it was exactly where she wanted to be and hasn’t looked back.
Ashleigh has worked in the disability sector since 2018 in various roles including support worker, house coordinator and site manager. She currently holds the position of Accommodation Manager at Interaction. Ashleigh holds a Cert IV in Disability and a Diploma in Community Sector Management. She is passionate about advocating, growing, and leading within the disability sector.
Jasmine has worked in the disability sector for more than 13 years, with experience in supporting babies and children, one-to-one support work and in-home care. Since working at Interaction, Jasmine has supported participants across various accommodation facilities, however her training has provided her with specialised knowledge of PWS. Prior to stepping into her current role of Accommodation Manager, Jasmine was Acting House Manager for a PWS-specific home. In addition to a Cert III in Children’s Services, Cert III in Assistant Nursing, Jasmine is currently studying a Cert IV in Disability.
Holly started her career with Interaction in 2018 as a Support Worker, soon moving into the position of House Manager. Holly’s extensive experience working in Interaction’s supported accommodation homes allows her to support participants with genuine empathy, skills that serve her well in her current position of Accommodation Manager. Holly also undertakes Acting Senior Manager duties as required during periods of extended leave in the Senior Team.
Cassandra has worked in the disability sector for more than 5 years. She is also an enrolled nurse with experience working in hospitals. Beginning her career as a support worker and health care coordinator, Cassandra previously worked as a support coordinator, before moving into her current role of Accommodation Manager.