Shared and Supported Independent Living - Western Australia
Find a place to live the life you want
We can help turn your dream of independent living into a reality. Shared and Supported Living offers NDIS funded core support for those who require 24/7 support, or significant day to day assistance, to live as independently, and as well as you can, with others or on your own.
Supports can be delivered in your own home, in a private rental, or in staffed shared accommodation where support is offered to a number of people with disability living together. Wherever you choose to live, we will help you develop a plan that works towards your goals.
Your personalised plan will include support with:
- Moving out for the first time into shared accommodation or your own home
- Living well with others, or managing the responsibilities of living in your own home
- Getting ready for the day, staying healthy, and doing the things you enjoy.
Life Without Barriers has 2, 3 and 4 bedroom Shared and Supported Living houses located throughout WA’s metro area and in the South West. We will work closely with you, and other key people in your life, to make sure you are well matched with the people you live with and the people who support you.
If you, or someone you are supporting, is interested in moving into supported accommodation with Life Without Barriers, see below for current vacancies and contact us today to arrange a tour of our options in your community. Call (08) 9208 3443 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Located in a quiet street surrounded by trees, this spacious 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom home features a modern open plan kitchen/living/dining area overlooking an undercover deck for alfresco dining. The outdoor area boasts a well-established vegetable garden and fruit trees. The Avenue is close to the Margaret River town site for easy access to shops, medical facilities and community support.
We are seeking an active, quieter person who enjoys outings and walking, to join 2 lively, predominantly non-verbal residents (male and female) who are out most days enjoying community activities, work experience and shared interests.