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Respite Care & NDIS Short Term Accommodation Southern Adelaide

Ross Care is aware of the great commitment and work that go into being a carer. Our Southern Adelaide Respite Care & Short Term Accommodation services are made to provide carers and their loved ones the rest they so well deserve.

Our short term accommodation services provide a brief break from the day-to-day duties of caring. You know Ross Care will take great care of your loved one, whether you need a few days to relax and refuel or have obligations that need your attention.

Our leading concerns are comfort and safety. We provide healthy meals, keep our spaces clean and welcoming, and uphold strict standards of hygiene and care. Knowing that our staff is available to handle any needs or problems you may have allows you to take a much-needed rest. We are on call around-the-clock.

Respite Care & NDIS Short Term Accommodation Adelaide

What is Short Term Accommodation (STA) and Respite Care?

Respite care and short-term accommodation (STA) refer to temporary support services that provide individuals with disabilities a reprieve from their usual care regimen. The funds is allocated to offer assistance to clients in an alternative location for a consecutive period of up to 14 days. It provides you with the opportunity to have alone or companionship in a different setting, ensuring continuous assistance even if your regular support network is temporarily unavailable.

Short Term Accommodation and Respite Care are vital services that ensure uninterrupted assistance, welfare, and a harmonious caregiving setting by providing individuals with disabilities and their carers with the necessary periods of respite.

What Kind of Support Does STA/Respite Include?

N

Daily Living Assistance

N

Medication Management

N

Engaging Activities

N

24/7 care in a clean and friendly setting

N

Accommodation

N

Quality Food

N

Individualised Care Plans

N

Accessible Facilities

How can I access Short Term Accommodation/Respite under the NDIS?

Verify that your NDIS plan provides financial assistance for STA and Respite Care. This funding is allocated from the “Core Supports” budget, which is intended to assist with activities of daily living. You may need to request a plan review if STA/Respite is not presently incorporated.

Speak with your Local Area Coordinator (LAC) or NDIS planner regarding your requirement for STA or respite care. Elucidate on the ways in which these services will complement your objectives and augment your state of being.

Provide supporting documentation from support coordinators or healthcare professionals attesting to the need for STA/respite. Letters from physicians, therapists, or other support staff may be included. The provider’s experience, the calibre of their facilities, the variety of activities they provide, and their approach to individualised care should all be taken into account.

As your Southern Adelaide NDIS provider, Ross Care is able to assist you with STA and Respite Care. Ross Care is committed to providing the highest quality temporary housing and respite care. By leveraging our expertise, personalised attention, secure and pleasant setting, enjoyable engagements, and comprehensive support systems, we guarantee that individuals and their guardians can attain heightened wellness and tranquilly. Ross Care offers dependable and gratifying STA and Respite Care services.

Can I book STA and Respite Care With Ross Care?

Yes, you can book Short Term Accommodation (STA) and Respite Care with Ross Care. Contact us today to begin the process and book your stay.

Is it possible to use core funding for STA?

Core Support covers your stay at Short Term Accommodation (STA), including any activities the facility offers.

What is an STA house?

Short-Term Accommodations include all reasonable funds expended during a 24-hour period, including lodging, meals, personal care tasks that need to be performed daily, and other necessities. The aim of these accommodations is to provide a safe, warm and useful place for people to stay while they visit. It’s important to know that offers for short-term stays usually only last up to 14 days. This is done to ensure that people get the help and rest they need within a certain period of time.

How does STA benefit you?
  • Provides temporary relief for caregivers
  • Offers a change of environment
  • Allows individuals to receive specialised care
  • Promotes social interaction and engagement
  • Assists with daily living activities
  • Provides access to therapeutic services
  • Supports individual well-being and mental health
  • Offers a break from routine

Areas we serve for NDIS Development of Daily Living and Life Skills in Adelaide

  • Prospect
  • Nailsworth
  • Clearview
  • Blair Athol
  • Lightsview
  • Northgate
  • Kilburn
  • Walkleys Height
  • Gilles Plains
  • Windsor Gardens
  • Klemzig
  • Vale Park
  • Walkerville
  • Sefton Park
  • Collinswood
  • Medindie
  • Devon Park
  • Dudley Park
  • Fitzroy
  • Ovingham
  • Dudley Park
  • Croydon Park
  • Croydon
  • Woodville