Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) registered as design category ‘Fully Accessible’
This is a spacious and well-maintained 4-bedroom house located in a peaceful corner of Cranbourne, in the southeastern part of Melbourne. The house offers comfortable shared spaces both indoors and outdoors, featuring an open-plan design with large windows that fill the rooms with natural light.
We're currently looking for three easy going tenants for this ideally located property. It's important that the new housemates enjoy a blend of social interaction and independent living.
There are three (3) vacant rooms with built in wardrobes and tracking for ceiling hoists.
This fully accessible home features:
• 4 bedrooms inclusive of built-in wardrobes, tracking for ceiling hoists.
• Undercover patio overlooking a large, well maintained backyard.
• Modern kitchen overlooking the open plan dining and lounge room.
• Two fully accessible bathrooms with grab rails, stepless shower, hoist and arjo bath.
• Ramp access at the front and rear of the home for ease of entering and exiting.
• Enhanced features including strong walls, doors, glass, and sound proofing.
• Central heating and evaporative cooling throughout.
• Internal laundry with washer and dryer.
One female tenant in her 40s.
Interests: The current tenant enjoys social outings and finds relaxation in activities such as listening to music, cooking, and watching television or movies and catching up with family and friends.
Located in the peaceful outer suburb of Cranbourne, we offer easy access to local amenities like Cranbourne Park Shopping Centre and Cranbourne Lions Park. You can get around conveniently with nearby public transport options, including buses and trains via Cranbourne Station. For healthcare, you have access to Monash Health services at Casey or Frankston hospitals.
Additionally, we provide a wheelchair-accessible vehicle, expanding leisure and outing possibilities for residents.
This property is fully wheelchair accessible.
Current support model
Rostered 24/7 care. Active night support.
All staff are trained in Epilepsy management, Positive Behaviour Support, Dual Disability, Personal Care, medication administration and have current First Aid and medication training.
Regular household safety checks are conducted.
Factors to consider when applying
Life Without Barriers will conduct a screening and suitability assessment to ensure housemates are compatible.
You are aged 18 years or over.
You are eligible for, and able to secure, an appropriate level of NDIS Supported Independent Living (SIL) and Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) funding.
You have the financial means to pay rent and utilities and are prepared to sign (or for a representative to sign) a service and accommodation agreement.
SDA relevant information - Registered as design category 'Fully Accessible'.
The house is owned by the Department of Families, Fairness and Housing and staff support is provided by Life Without Barriers.