Woolooware, Sutherland Shire
Set in a convenient location just a short distance to Woolooware Station and Cronulla Beach.
Housemates regularly enjoying time together, including going on outings. At home, housemates enjoy playing board games, activities, arts and crafts and card games.
Suitable for males and females, aged 55 years or older.
About this home
- Share accommodation in apartment
- Large common kitchen
- 2 bedrooms
- 1 bathroom
- Internal & external stairs
- 24/7 staff, wake-over and sleep over
- Wifi/internet available
- Apartment has private courtyard
- Large tree lined, covered outdoor alfresco eating area, on timber decking
- Transport – close to train station
- Short drive to local shopping centre
- Large grass oval and community park nearby
- Auto driveway gate with intercom system
- Lower main gate with pin lock, and temp monitoring system
- Passenger lift from ground to 1st level
You are willing to live in your own unit with one other housemate and enjoy coming down to the communal areas and to share some chats, meals with us.
You will be social; most likely enjoy gaming, card games, chatting, doing art and cooking dinner when we are all together. You are looking forward to spending quality time with fellow housemates in the evenings and on weekends, and like going out shopping and outings, like going to the park and picnics.
You will be male or female, friendly, aged 55 years or older.
We’d love to know more about YOU! Get in touch today on 1300 692 484.
Important things to know
Requirements – to apply for this vacancy, you are required to have SIL funding in your NDIS plan.
Civic Disability Services has 60 years’ experience empowering people with disability and mental health conditions to realise their full potential and live actively engaged lives. Over 600 people across Greater Sydney including the Hunter, Blue Mountains, Western Sydney and Shoalhaven receive Civic services.
Civic is ISO 9001:2015 certified, compliant with National and NSW Disability Service Standards, compliant with Home Care Standards (aged care), and a registered NDIS service provider (4050001425), registered provider in Voluntary out of home Care.
What is SIL?
Supported Independent Living (SIL) is help with and/or supervision of daily tasks to develop the skills of an individual to live as independently as possible. These are the supports provided to a participant in their home, regardless of property ownership, and can be in a shared or individual arrangement.
Assistance provided to a participant will be included as part of their plan depending on the level of support they require to live independently in the housing option of their choice.
Read more about SIL on the NDIS website here.