Individualised Living Options (ILO) is a package of supports that lets you choose where and how you live, in the way that best suits your needs and wants.
What are Individualised Living Options?
Individualised Living Options is a NDIS support that offers lots of choices for people with disability. ILO helps you to live in a home of your choice, with support, and with the option to live with others you choose.
It provides a flexible and tailored package of support in the home of your choice.
About our ILO services
If your home and living goals include exploring an individualised living option, then ILO might be right for you! At Life Without Barriers, our ILO services includes working with you, your family, and friends to explore and design different options for how you live, where you live, and who you live with.
This can mean sharing your home with housemates, living in the home of a host family, or on your own with a variety of individualised supports.
How do Life Without Barriers help you with Individualised Living Options?
Life Without Barriers can help you understand which supports are right for you and the steps that need to be taken to make it work for you.
Our highly experienced team will:
Get to know you and understand your hopes, needs and vision for your new home
Assist you, your family, and your support team to identify all of your options
Help you to decide where you want to live, who you live with and what supports you will need
Together we will design your unique plan combining supports and living options.
What are the benefits of Individualised Living Options?
ILO provides you with greater freedom by considering a broad range of living options.
For example, you might opt for an apartment on your own in the city with in- home support, while someone else might love the idea of a house in the suburbs with friends and shared supports.
What is the difference between Individualised Living Options and Supported Independent Living?
While ILO and Supported Independent Living (SIL) are both about providing greater independence for people living with disability, the main difference is that:
SIL generally applies to people with disability living in shared accommodation and would typically be considered the better option if you require higher levels of care
ILO participants would tend to require care on a more occasional basis
Whether SIL or ILO is right for you depends on your circumstances. We can help explore which option might be right for you
Which categories in my NDIS plan can i use for Individualised Living Options?
ILO is funded under Core Supports – Assistance with Daily Living in your NDIS plan, and stated as a separate line item.
The NDIS does not fund the cost of the property itself, rent, board, transport, and other day-to-day expenses such as food and activities.
Find out how we can help with ILO
Speak to one of our dedicated team about our Individualised Living Options services