Supported Independent Living (SIL)
Daily tasks/shared living is one of the core NDIS services, and is aimed at providing assistance to participants, particularly in shared home environments. At Sanity Care, we’re passionately committed to providing this service to NDIS participants to assist them in living rich, independent lives by developing the skills of all our clients to live as autonomously as possible.
What sets us apart is our client approach. Rather than maintaining a purely clinical interaction, we always listen to the client to try and understand their circumstance, with our highly trained and specialised staff helping to set goals unique to each client. By developing and fostering personal skills this way, we provide a holistic pathway to empowering all our participants.
Daily Assistance for all disabilities
Providing daily assistance with ongoing tasks might be simple for some, but we understand how much it varies from person to person. Our rich history of working alongside the CALD (culturally and lingually diverse) as well as counselling services to people from all walks of life mean that we are completely client-centred, understanding the nuance and intricacies of each individual and their needs.
With our daily task services (supported by our independent living specialists), we’re able to assist with long-term goals as well as day to day tasks, such as;
Our focus is completely centred on the client and their specific needs and wants, both currently and long-term. Just contact us to learn how we can make your daily life easier.
Shared living services
Shared living is the most common home life that NDIS participants experience. Having housemates that you can journey through life with can be very rewarding and exciting, but isn’t without its challenges. Our team have a wide experience working with clients to not only function in their surroundings, but thrive in them.
Part of our shared living service is the assistance provided with making your goals and daily life something that welcomes others, rather than being insular and isolating. We’re here to assist with facilitating discussion, setting up equitable and comfortable spaces, and daily improvement (and much more too!).