Disability Accommodation

Living independently means you can be in control of your life. You choose how you want to live. Circle of Hope is here to meet your specific needs and to support you in navigating your life towards independence. Moving out of home can be daunting, but we’re here to support you and the whole family. Based on what you’re looking for, whether it be living alone or with others, we’ll match you to the best accommodation that meets your needs. If you choose to live with others, or if you have a group of friends that you want to live with, let us know and we’ll make it happen.

We offer a range of services delivered by experienced support workers, nursing staff and property managers, including:

Supported Independent Living (SIL)

SIL services provide you with an independent style of living, helping you be in control over how you want to live and manage your life. We provide you with support in managing your daily tasks and personal needs so that you can feel more confident in developing the skills you need to live as independently as possible at home. With around-the-clock (24 hour) day-to-day support to people with disabilities, It can be invaluable if you require more support than your informal support network can provide, and you want to develop your skills to live independently.
In addition to providing outstanding accommodation, Circle of Hope also ensures that all building and maintenance costs are taken care of, making your transition to independent living as smooth and stress-free as possible.
If you have SIL included in your NDIS plan, you can get 24 hour day-to-day support with:
  • Assistance with household tasks like cooking and cleaning 
  • Accessing social and community activities 
  • Personal care 
  • Travelling to and attending appointments and more 

Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA Housing)

If you have very high support needs, Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) provides purpose-built homes designed for people who need specialist and accessible housing. Our approach is to provide accommodation and support that is safe, high-quality and in a place that you can call home. Supported Disability Accommodation is all about the physical home itself, such as modifying your house to accommodate your specific needs.
If housing is one of the supports listed on your plan, you may also be able to get NDIS SDA funding to help you with the financial side of things. This would usually be because you need to live in purpose-built Specialist Disability Accommodation to receive the care you require.
Our purpose–built housing helps to deliver support tailored towards personal requirements.
We offer accommodation services in many locations. Whether you prefer the freedom of living alone or prefer the company of others, despite your circumstances, we’d love to hear from you and help you find a supportive and welcoming home that accommodates your individual needs.
Vacancy Available in Yennora
We have a vacancy in our supported accommodation in Yennora. This is a 2-bedroom, unit decorated with comfortable furnishings.
Residents receive high levels of support designed to develop and build life skills such as shopping, cooking, self-care, budgeting, and social skills.
All residents are encouraged to be active in the local community.

Property Inclusions

  • 2 bedrooms
  • 24-hour support staff
  • Air conditioning
  • Bright open-plan living areas
  • Comfortable home living
  • Lift access
  • Wheelchair friendly with unique wheelchair access

Level of support:

24/7 support is available for those with high-care needs.
Our support network extends beyond our dedicated staff; we also collaborate with experienced allied health professionals who provide specialized care and therapy tailored to the unique needs of our residents.

About the future resident:

  • Male or female
  • 18-65 years of age
  • Moderately or fully dependent
  • Enjoys the company of others
  • Wheelchair friendly with unique wheelchair access

Transport and convenience:

  • Local parklands: 2km away
  • Local shopping centre: 3km away
  • Coffee shops/restaurants: 1km away
  • Medical centre: 2km away
  • Hospital: 8km away


Funding for this accommodation may be possible by utilising the Support Independent Living (SIL) options available in NDIS packages.
For individuals eligible for the Disability Support Pension (DSP), our team at Circle of Hope is available to guide you through the process of securing your entitlements, ensuring you can fully benefit from our range of services and accommodations designed to promote independent living.

Sign up now to our Accommodation waitlist or feel free to contact us on 02 8559 0090 now for more information.