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Our Cottages

Explore your accommodation options with Alliance Care in our modern cottages, custom built to meet SDA standards. 

Contact Us today to learn about our Respite and Supported Independent Living (SIL) options! 

Evergreen SIL Cottage

Supported Independent Living (SIL)

A highly accessible long term acccommodation option, adjoining Palmview Cottage, aimed at providing modern and clinically driven Supported Independent Living (SIL). 

Palmview Respite Cottage

Short & medium term accommodation (STA/MTA)

A modern and accessible cottage, specifically aimed at providing Short & Medium Term Accommodation.

Your home away from home

Our Cottage Features

Each of our Cottages are built and maintained with the utmost care and consideration for your needs.

We strive to create a comfortable, vibrant, accessible and fun space with caring and helpful staff to create a memorable stay.

24/7 Support

Qualified and experienced support staff are onsite 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in our Respite Cottages.

Accessible homes

Our cottages are designed to be wheelchair accessible , including ramps, grab rails, and a wheelchair friendly bathroom.

Medical care

Our onsite AHPRA registered nursing team is always available to deliver specialist medical and complex nurse care in our cottages.

Safety & Innovation

Our cottages are furnished with the latest in innovative tech, designed specifically to enhance your safety. Each room is equipped with a non-invasive fall detection sensor which immediately notifies the on-site staff in the case of a fall.

Skill building & activities

Selected by you, and organised by Alliance Care, we provide a range of community activities and skill building workshops in the community, or in our Respite Cottage.

Medical Beds & Aids

Our cottages have been fitted with specialized equipment such as medical beds, hoists, commodes, and other aids to provide guests with a comfortable and accommodating experience for all mobility needs.

Frequently asked questions

Respite care is designed to give both NDIS participants and their informal support a well-earned break.

Repsite care, or Short Term Accommodation, is an opportunity to experience a change in scenery, and a break from your routine. Additionally, it allows your informal support network to have some time to themselves.

In addition to accommodation, respite care includes the supports you receive during your stay. At Alliance Care, our cottages provide:

  • Care by qualified Support Workers
  • Delivery of High Intensity Supports by Registered Nurses
  • Travel & Transportation
  • In house capacity building activities
  • Innovative Community Participation opportunities
  • Day trips and more….

The NDIS funds STA under the Core Support category ‘Assistance with Daily Living’ (Category 1).

The amount of funding you can receive depends on the level of support you require. Generally, the more support your informal network or carer provide, the more breaks they may need throughout the year and the more funding for STA you’ll receive.

If you have any queries around respite care funding, please contact us today and our helpful and knowledgeable staff will be happy to assist.

Yes! All our Cottages are staffed 24 hours, 7 days a week, including active night shifts. Combined with our Nurse Call points installed in every room, we can meet your needs at all hours of the day!

All our staff hold a minimum Cert III in Individual Support or a Cert IV in Disability. Our nurses are all AHPRA registered and hold a minimum qualification of Registered or above.

Our team is also trained on the job in medication safety, manual handling, infection control, code of conduct, PEG and enteral feeding, ventilation management and bowel care.

Yes, we have both male and female staff available.

Yes! We encourage our clients to invite their friends and families during visiting hours.

There are no set visiting hours, however we do require you to call our office prior to arrival.

Yes, all of our guests have their own private room, equipped with a TV, adjustable mobility bed and access to WiFi.

Supported Independent Living (SIL) is a shared living experience for people with disability who have SIL funding in their NDIS plan. Supports are often 24/7, nurturing personal growth in a safe and supportive environment with the goal to build your independence at home and connect you with your local community.

Yes! We provide a range of community participation opportunities, both outside and inside of our respite cottage. Activities are organised to suit each guests needs, requests and personal interests. Call us today to learn more about all the different activities we have available.

Yes, each room has access to Netflix and Disney through their private TV.

To assist you with your stay, our team will be in touch prior to your arrival to discuss specific requirements, and provide a handy checklist to help you with what to bring along.

All prescribed tabletted medication must be in a Webster-Pak®. They are checked in during your kick off tour when you first arrive at our cottage. This information is then charted to be given at the prescribed time as stated on the Webster-Pak.

Our staff can give pain relief such as Panadol and Nurofen. However, our guests or their carer must sign a PRN Medication Consent Form (supplied by us) to allow us to administer pain medication should it be required during their stay.

Yes! Our cottages are completely wheelchair friendly, including access ramps, mobility friendly bathrooms, adjustable mobility beds and more.

We provide all meals and can cater to your personal requests relating to any special dietary requirements you may have.

Yes, we encourage our guests to let us know their personal preferences for meals.

Want to learn more?

If you would like to learn more about Alliance Care's Accommodation options? Contact us today!