Supported Independent Living (SIL)
What is Supported Independent Living?
Being able to choose where you live, who you live with and what support you may need in your own home is a big part of living as independently as possible.
Supported Independent Living (SIL) is an NDIS support that provides help or supervision with daily tasks for living independently while you continue to develop and build your skills.
Read our Easy Read brochure here.
What Type of Support is Provided?
Access4u provides long-term or permanent accommodation to SIL participants.
Depending on your individual needs, you can expect assistance with:
- personal care
- cooking and cleaning
- preparing meals
- taking medication
- using public transport
- engaging in the community and/or social events.
The level of support for each of these activities may vary, depending on the level of support someone requires.
This service is available as 24-hour support, or brief periods during the day or evening, and is adaptable according to your needs.
Your unique care and support needs are always considered to ensure that this service meets your personal goals. It’s your choice and your life – we’re just here to help!
Currently using another NDIS provider? You can choose to change providers at any time, as long as you follow the notice periods in your service agreement.
Where is Supported Independent Living in My Plan?
SIL is available to you if it appears in your NDIS plan under CORE Supports.
Where Is This Service Offered?
We have limited vacancies across the Adelaide Metropolitan, Mount Barker and Flerieu Peninsula areas. View our office locations here.
Do You Provide Other NDIS Services?
We sure do! Head to our services page to explore all of our supports.