Short-Term Accommodation (STA), including respite, is funding for a short time away from your usual home. It can be utilised to support you when your usual carers aren’t available, your usual carers need a short break from their caring role or for you to try new things.
Accessible Holiday to Scarborough Beach & Rottnest Island. My parents live in WA and so when it was time to decide where we would catch up next, we decided to escape the chill of Victoria and chase the sunshine of the West Coast. I hadn’t visited Scarborough before and so we decided to base ourselves […]
Coach and The Doctor Podcast With Ashlee Morton From Accessible Accommodation This week, our General Manager Ashlee had the pleasure of sitting down with Coach and The Doctor on their podcast which is ‘the show that raises awareness of the NDIS by speaking to incredible people in the world of disability’. We have been asked […]
I arrived at Palms on Fourth and instantly noticed what a beautifully presented property it is. .. you can see the little things that will make your stay perfect.
I was thrilled to have the rare chance to review* an accessible 2nd-floor apartment in a lovely Melbourne’s inner suburb. The location – 7 km from the CBD and 13 km from Tullamarine (Melbourne) domestic and international airport – is exciting enough. That this apartment is huge with two extra bedrooms on top of the enormous accessible bedroom, has a real kitchen and a view is a super welcome option for many scenarios where people need or want to be close to urban life.
This blog – the first in a two-part series – will help to clarify if you might be eligible to have accommodation included in your NDIS plan, and how to apply and use the funding if you tick the boxes. Short Term, Respite and Mid Term Accommodation.
Short- and Medium-Term Accessible Accommodation Part 2 – How to use it? In part two (of our series about Short & Medium-Term Accessible Accommodation through NDIS) – we will help clarify where it should be included in your NDIS plan. Also, which support budget you can use. We recommend you read part one of our […]
7 On Merindah, a cosy Coochie Accessible Hideaway – the perfect place to rest, revive and rejuvenate, on Coochiemudlo Island. Coochiemudlo is a small island in Moreton Bay, off the coast of Victoria Point, Qld. It is just a short 10-minute boat journey across the bay, via a ferry or car barge. On Coochiemudlo Island, […]
Next week our son Callum was getting married. Our boy is such a planner, he has checklists for everything! Within hours of a snap lockdown, Cal had everything rescheduled, with support from businesses providing wedding services, and guests changing their annual leave. It made me realise how something that used to be impossible is now actually achievable. We humans, are resilient […]
Accessible Destinations in Southeast Asia Want to bask under the warmth of the sun, soak in crystal blue waters, and indulge in fresh delicacies? When travel restrictions ease, book a flight to Southeast Asia and have the best time of your life as you explore the epitome of a tropical paradise! Though the spots in […]