What do you mean by supported independent living?

What do you mean by supported independent living?

What is Supported Independent Living? Supported Independent Living (SIL) is when people with mental illnesses and disabilities receive support, usually 24/7, to help each person live as independently as possible. This can sometimes be a group of people sharing a home together, or one person receiving support in their own home.

Where can I get supported independent living in NSW?

The Supported Independent Living service is available in many locations across NSW. Please contact us to discuss your needs and how we can support you. As a large disability housing provider we are looking to provide a range of housing options for people with disability.

Where can I get support for living independently?

If you or someone you care for has indicated that living independently is a personal goal to work towards, then this should be raised in your NDIS planning meetings. Once you have an approved plan with SIL in your package, you or your Support Coordinator can contact support service providers to find out where there are SIL vacancies.

Who are the support workers in supported living?

Although it is primarily intended for the managers, care and support workers, and other staff in supported living settings, it is also relevant to local authorities, clinical commissioning groups ( CCGs ), primary care networks ( PCNs ), and community health services.

What do you need to know about supported independent living?

Supported Independent Living (SIL) is help and/or supervision of daily tasks to help participants live as independently as possible, while building their skills. It is the paid personal supports and is most commonly used in shared living arrangements. SIL is one of many support options participants can receive.

How does a supported living service agency work?

Typically, a supported living service agency works with the individual to establish and maintain a safe, stable, and independent life in his or her own home. But it is also possible for some individuals to supervise their services themselves, to secure the maximum possible level of personal independence.

How does supported living work for people with disabilities?

APD > Supported Living Through supported living arrangements many individuals, even those with severe disabilities, are able to live in their own homes, control their lives, and become part of their communities.

What should be included in a supported living annual report?

The annual reports document the number of consumers receiving supported living services and purchase of service costs for historical and statistical purposes.