Be more independent with our supported living service
Available for adults over 18 years of age
Supported Independent Living (SIL)
Whether in your own home or one managed by SASI, we support you to live as independently as possible. By getting to know you and understanding your interests, likes/dislikes and dreams for the future, we can map out the best possible programs to support you at home.
SASI provides Shared Independent Living (SIL) at a variety of property options – some properties are owned by SASI and others are owned by Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) providers.
Support staff are on hand in each home to provide individualised support on a 24/7 basis. Staff work in line with goals identified in NDIS plans to actively encourage residents to participate in all aspects of life, to the best of their ability an every attempt is made to engage residents in daily activities and our teams endeavour to build confidence, improve communication and enhance social skills of the people they support.
SASI’s approach is tailored to meet client needs, and every attempt is made to match potential new residents to appropriate vacancies.
We support you to:
- Develop individual program plans that outline goals, aspirations and desires for independent living.
- Develop and maintain friendships and community connections
- Access social and recreational activities
- Manage and attend appointments
- Complete forms and other forms of communication
- Maintain a household
- Manage accommodation and tenancy obligations
We will also work with you to develop increased independence through skill development in areas such as:
- Financial and money management
- Shopping and household tasks, including cooking and domestic duties
- Social skills
- Using public transport
Our homes are currently located in:
Current SIL Vacancies
Hotham Street, Cranbourne – Supported Independent Living
SASI are very excited to announce the development of our new Supported Independent Living accommodation in Cranbourne.
The location is convenient access to primary commercial services including a major supermarkets, restaurants, pharmacy and medical clinic with easy access to public transport.
This new facility includes self-contained one-bedroom apartments with whole building ducted split system, 2 separate living areas, a central kitchen and a staff sleepover room and each unit and privately contained garden space along with shared patio and garden areas.
The development will provide accommodation for a total of seven people on the autism spectrum and/or with intellectual disabilities, and is designed in line with standard criteria for NDIS Supported Accommodation Facilities.
We are looking for expressions of interest from applicants who are interested in sharing with others whilst being supported to live independently.
A new resident would need to have an NDIS plan with Supported Independent Living (SIL/SDA)) funding?
This house is wheelchair accessible