Supported Independent Living
A place to call home with Supported Independent Living. We provide individualised support, so you can live more independently.
What is Supported Independent Living?
Supported Independent Living (or SIL) is an NDIS support where you live individually in a house or with other people in a share house. Depending on your support needs, we have staff available 24 hours, 7 days a week.
What support will I receive?
Lighthouse Disability will provide you with a welcoming and safe place to live. We will also support you with day-to-day tasks like:
- Household chores
- Personal care
- Going to appointments
- Taking medication
Will I or guardians be included in decisions?
Yes! All clients and their guardians have a voice when making household decisions.
Who will I live with?
We carefully match our clients with other people who share similar interests and goals.
What are the houses like?
Our houses are 3 or 4 bedroom houses or adjoining units. You can decorate your room to your personal taste and each house has an outdoor area for all to enjoy. Family and friends are always welcome to come visit.
Where are your houses located?
All of our houses are in the North and North East of Adelaide. This includes houses in the following areas:
Campbelltown City Council
City of Norwood, Payneham and St. Peters
City of Playford
- Andrews Farm
- Elizabeth Grove
- Elizabeth East
City of Port Adelaide Enfield
- Valley View
- Windsor Gardens
City of Salisbury
- Parafield Gardens
- Salisbury North
City of Tea Tree Gully
- Golden Grove
- Holden Hill
- Modbury Heights
What is Specialist Disability Accommodation and how is it different?
Some NDIS participants receive funding for Specialist Disability Accommodation (or SDA). SDA has accessible features that make it easier for people to access the supports they need, where they live. The NDIS provides the funding to the participant through their plan. The participant, often with a Support Coordinator, will find and apply for the right SDA option. SDA funding is used for housing, not for services or support and a SDA provider must be registered with the NDIS.
What are the next steps?
If you are interested in our SIL service you can: