Accommodation

Our accommodation options provide different levels of support to suit your individual needs.

We can help find you a place to live, or match you with housemates in one of our supported accommodations. Our supported accommodation options are tailored to meet your specific needs and comforts. These levels of support are offered through three different accommodation options.

If you’re unsure about which option is best for you, we can help you find the accommodation support that will work best for your needs. Our goal is to make sure you receive the right kind of support, where and when you need it.

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Drop-In Supported Accommodation

If you want to live with housemates and receive support with things like cooking, shopping or going to appointments, then Drop-In Supported Accommodation is the perfect choice for you.

Supported Accommodation can be funded through your NDIS plan and has been designed to provide you with practical and flexible assistance – supporting your goals for where and how you want to live.

These supports can be tailored to everyday living needs, or to help you develop skills that build your confidence and independence.

Our most popular option for this program is where participants are matched up with housemates to live together in one of Interaction’s NDIS-funded homes. This is perfect for people who want to be independent, but still socialise with people you live with and have someone support you when you need it.

If you’re not sure where to start, we can help you choose the type of support that will work best. Our goal is to help you live as independently as you want, and provide supports where you need it.

Supports can include:

  • Practical support for shopping, budgeting and attending appointments
  • Skills development that increases confidence and allows you to transition into independent living

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High-Support Accommodation

Our High Support Accommodation provides 24/7 support that can be adapted to best suit your needs.

Our 24-hour support model includes assistance or supervision with daily tasks such as cooking, cleaning and transport. In addition to supports for daily living, our experienced Support Workers can provide a non-active overnight stay.

For those who require more comprehensive support, this program also offers 24-hour intensive supports with an active night shift, including supports for:

  • Managing behaviours of concern
  • Personalised management of complex medical needs

This kind of accommodation is best suited for participants with complex and high support needs.

If you are interested in High Support Accommodation, or any of the other accommodation services we offer, we can help you decide which option is best suited to you.

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Unplanned Onsite Supported Accommodation

This type of accommodation support has been created to suit those who want to live independently, with the comfort of onsite 24/7 care available at the push of a button.

We support participants who are living in brand-new custom-built apartments that have been specifically designed with;

  • Accessible bathrooms, kitchens and bedrooms
  • Smart technology
  • Automated kitchen benchtops and customisable bathrooms
  • Accessible communal outdoor spaces
  • Structural allowance for the installation of ceiling hoists

A highly trained team of support staff are available around the clock in the nearby concierge apartment, ready to support any of your needs so you can enjoy the independence of living in your own apartment within an integrated community.

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 to apply.

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If you would like to speak with our Accommodation Team, please call 1300 668 123 or fill in the form below.

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Supported Independent Living – Sydney and the Central Coast

Moving out of home is a major milestone and important life goal. Through supported independent living in Sydney and the Central Coast, we are here to help you find suitable NDIS accommodation. SIL may also involve ongoing support and supervision for daily tasks, as well as community access, self-care, and capacity building.

Interaction’s experienced Accommodation team can work with you and help with various steps along the way.

Disability Housing Vacancies – Access High-Quality Disability Accommodation

Interaction have a variety of disability housing vacancies to support the independent living goals of each individual participant. We have fully serviced NDIS housing options in Sydney and the Central Coast. Our support staff can also facilitate a seamless transition to carefully selected supported disability homes where you will be matched with suitable housemates.

View our current vacancies now or contact us directly for any accommodation enquiries.

Find NDIS Housing in Sydney

Accommodation is one of the primary NDIS supports offered by Interaction. Whether you are looking to live alone or live with housemates in a supported environment, we will help to find an arrangement that suits your individual needs and circumstances.

All the disability housing vacancies listed online are carefully picked and feature access to local amenities and services. This may involve High Support, Drop-In Support or Unplanned Onsite support services.

Phil Drury

Phil Drury

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.

Hayley Becus-Higgins

Hayley Becus-Higgins

Accommodation Manager

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 Collins

Ashleigh Collins

Accommodation Manager

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 Goss

Jasmine Goss

Accommodation Manager

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 Nicol

Holly Nicol

Accommodation Manager

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.

Katherine Cap

Katherine Cap

Accommodation Manager

Katherine has worked in the Aged and Disability sector for more than 8 years experiencing a number of roles including Support Worker, Team Leader and Acting Senior Manager. She currently holds a Diploma of Community Services in Case Management.

Katherine  has found a passion for helping her clients reach their goals keeping her motivated to provide the high standard of supports to her participants.

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