Supported Independent Living (SIL)

Finding the right home is one of life’s most important decisions.

Supported independent living is where a person with a disability lives independently in their own home, or with other people in shared accommodation, and gets support with cooking, cleaning and personal care.

We can help you find the home or support you require, based on what you need. Our flexible options help you find a place that’s right for you.

NDIS support category: Core Supports – Assistance with Daily Life

SIL vacancies

We currently have SIL vacancies in Southern and Northern Tasmania.

To find out more, please review our vacancy listings and download a brochure.

For any enquiries, please call us on 1800 243 232 or email us at
NDIS@anglicare-tas.org.au.

New Town (South)

A large home with 4 bedrooms and 3 separate toilets, New Town also boasts a beautiful backyard with large gazebo, barbeque area and manicured gardens.

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Youngtown (North)

A large home with 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, Youngtown offers its residents privacy among the many communal areas.

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Supported Independent Living (SIL)

Our supported accommodation options
SIL provides help with and supervision of daily tasks in a shared living environment, with a focus on developing the skills of each individual to live as independently as possible. SIL is also sometimes referred to as shared or supported accommodation.

We work with our residents to create a positive living environment in our shared homes and ensure we respond to resident feedback.

  • What support is there in the properties?

    We make sure all our properties are comfortable and secure. A place to call your own.

    We support you with:

    • Cleaning and laundry
    • Cooking and nutrition
    • Personal care like showering and dressing
    • Taking medications
    • Learning to catch public transport

    How are decisions made in the house?

    Everyone is involved in making decisions big or small. In some houses this means sitting together once a week for a meeting. In others, people come together when there is something to discuss and decide on. This is important for a positive living space for everyone.

  • Who would I be living with?

    We know how important it is that people enjoy living together. That’s why we will ask lots of questions about what you like, and what you don’t like so we can match you with people that enjoy similar things.

Supported independent living enquiry form