What is SIL?
Supported Independent Living refers to the services and supports provided to ensure residents live as independently as possible.
- Neurological physiotherapy
- Opportunities to be active and engage with your local community
- Onsite staff providing 24/7 support
What is SDA?
Supported Disability Accommodation is the buildings specifically for people with high care needs.
These are purpose-designed to maximise accessibility and livability. All amenities are wheelchair accessible and sites are equipped with a 24/7 emergency call system.
Your life, your way
With SDA and SIL provided, you or a loved one can look forward to having a lifestyle. A lifestyle means anything from being an involved member of the community to taking up new hobbies and pursuits. Our job is to assist you in what you want to achieve by tailoring services to your needs.
Finding peace of mind
Michael, 44, lives with multiple sclerosis. Before receiving support, Michael’s condition forced him to make the decision to live in an aged care facility.
After only 3 weeks, it proved too much. Michael was back home with his wife, Isabelle, as his carer.
However, with help through services (SIL) and accommodation (SDA) Michael was given a chance to live life on his terms and do what he felt was best for his family.
“Living here he gets to have his own life, we can come and go whenever we want, he gets to eat what he wants, he gets to go out to wherever he wants.”
Isabelle, Michael’s wife
MS Queensland provides both SDA and SIL services for people like Michael. The combination means that support is both consistent and reliable for residents.
Start pursuing a lifestyle all your own. Get in touch with us today.
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