The Disability Accommodation

Lily had a disability and she required specialised care. She lived with her family, but as she grew older, her needs became more complex. Her parents, who were getting older themselves, realised that Lily would benefit from living in a specialist disability accommodation facility that could provide her with the support she needed to lead a fulfilling life.

Lily’s family began researching different options and came across a disability service provider that had good reviews. They reached out to the provider and were connected with a support coordinator named Mark. Mark was a knowledgeable and compassionate professional who understood Lily’s unique needs and was determined to help her find the best accommodation option. He had a lot of experience in support coordination for disabled people in Adelaide, so he had many contacts to find Lily a place to live. Mark met with Lily and her family to conduct a comprehensive assessment of her needs and preferences. He then worked tirelessly to find a suitable specialist disability accommodation that met all of those requirements. He liaised with different providers, conducted site visits, and reviewed the available support services to ensure that Lily’s needs would be met in every aspect of her life.

After weeks of diligent work, Mark finally found the perfect accommodation for Lily. It was a group home that had a team of trained support staff available 24/7 to provide personalised care. The home was designed to be accessible and inclusive, with features that catered to Lily’s mobility needs. Lily and her family were thrilled with the accommodation, and they knew it was the perfect place for her to thrive. With Mark’s ongoing support, Lily transitioned to her new home smoothly. The staff at the specialist disability accommodation welcomed her with open arms and provided her with the care and support she needed to live her life to the fullest. Mark continued to work closely with Lily and her family to ensure that her ongoing needs were met, including accessing therapies and medical appointments.

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I’ve lived with a physical disability my whole life. I won’t say it’s easy, because it definitely is not. What I will say though is that I’ve found ways to manage living with my disability. This has come through many years of trials and tribulations. Things have definitely been a struggle at times. I’ve had to miss out on a lot of things other people without disabilities have been able to enjoy. I’d be lying if I said that I haven’t felt restricted in life. Basic day to day self-care tasks and errands take me three times as long to complete than a person without disability. Thankfully, I’ve found a helpful NDIS provider near me who has been able to give me the care I need so my daily life can become more simple.

I was living with my family for many years, but sadly two years ago this was no longer an option. Most people have babies and then their baby reaches a certain age and is able to fend for themselves. That’s not always the case when you have a child with a disability. My care needs didn’t reduce as I got older. In fact, I think it’s safe to say that I actually needed more support with age. I was very reliant on my family for so long, but sadly once my mum got sick she was no longer able to care for me. My mum developed her own myriad of health issues that made it impossible for her to give me the support and care I needed. 

As my mum’s health continued to dwindle, there was no other option but to put her in a home. This meant I had to start looking at other care options. There are many community nursing options in Adelaide for disability, and I’m pleased to say I found a facility that can care for me in ways I need. I now have the support to complete basic self-care tasks in my life. I feel able. I feel free. I feel I can finally make the most out of life.