What is the difference between Short Term Accommodation and Supported Independent Living? ​​​​​​​

Short-term accommodation aims to provide more immediate support to clients, such as emergency accommodation and respite during a crisis, to achieve their goals and improve their independent living skills. Assisted independent living is a type of long-term support that is typically provided in a client's home and focuses on developing an continuum plan with the client to help them achieve better outcomes in their everyday lives day.

Learn more about Short-Term Accommodation (STA)?

NDIS Short-Term Accommodation (STA) is a particular provider designed to cover either short or episodic stays at approved NDIS accommodation providers. This can include a range of different types of accommodations, such as crisis and interim accommodations, supported or staffed group homes, short-term rental or hostel arrangements.

Where are NDIS short-term accommodation vacancies at Caring Hearts?  ​​​​​​​

Caring Heart's NDIS short-term accommodation offering is available in Tarneit, Truganina, Werribee, Melbourne and surrounding suburbs.

What are all the NDIS services that Caring Hearts provides?

Caring Hearts provides the following services:

1. NDIS short-term accommodation (STA)
 Social and community participation
3. Supported independent living (SIL)
4. Personal Care
5. Daily activities and community participation
Respite Care
  • How can I get in contact with Caring Hearts?

To get in touch with our team, you can call us on 1800 844 995 or email us at info@caringhearts.com.au.