Supported Independent Living (SIL)

If you have a disability and you are unable to live independently, Supported Independent Living (SIL) could be the right choice for you. 

Help on Wheels (HOW) disability services provide modern 3–5-bedroom homes with support workers on hand 24/7 for NDIS participants with Supported Independent Living (SIL) funding.

Support Independent Living ( SIL )

Our shared living arrangements are intended to support residents as they develop their independence and engage in a range of activities through our holistic approach to accommodation supports.

Our priority is that each occupant feels included, safe and happy so they can enjoy their lifestyle. A place you can call home and live independently, where your choices and privacy are respected.

What is Supported Independent Living?

Supported Independent Living (SIL) is the provision of assistance or supervision with everyday chores in order to enable you live as independently as possible while developing your abilities. It can involve things like having someone assist with personal care or meal preparation. SIL can also assist you in developing these abilities so that you may become more self-sufficient.

SIL takes place in your own house. If you live alone, you may be eligible for SIL, but there may be other Personal Care Supports that are more appropriate for you.

Rent and other day-to-day expenditures, such as food, are not covered by SIL financing.
The SIL Operational Guideline has further information about SIL financing. This Operational Guideline has just been revised to make it easier to comprehend.

Providers may get more information on SIL, including a Provider SIL Pack.

Who is eligible for SIL funding?

SIL is excellent for those who require a lot of help. This implies, you’ll need a lot of assistance during the day. You will get funding for SIL as part of your NDIS plan if it is the most suitable support for you.

The amount of SIL funding you get will be determined by the degree and type of assistance you require to live as independently as possible.

 

You should address what home assistance you require at your planning discussion, as well as whether SIL is appropriate for you. Your planner will then determine if it is a fair and required assistance for your needs.

Who is eligible for SIL funding?

Lower needs: provides regular supervision of living arrangements.

Standard needs: provides active assistance of most daily tasks, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Higher needs:  provides continual and more complex active assistance to the individual.

Current SIL Vacancy

Why Choose help on Wheels ?

Help on wheels is a registered NDIS service provider committed to providing excellent care with compassion to maximise the potential of each individual.

Trusted

As your independent partner, you can count on us to always provide you with unbiased support, every step of the way.

Expertise

Our experienced team have been helping people navigate their plans since the NDIS started national roll-out in 2016.

Choice and Control

Our services and online tools are designed to put you in control and give you flexibility you need to get the most from your plan.

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