CaringSa works with people with disability and their families, careers and support coordinators to assist them with flexible living arrangements and to develop support plans to help them to live as independently as possible in metro Adelaide and the Barossa.
Our Supported Independent Living (SIL) in Adelaide Roster of Care is built on client individual and shared need and often includes 24-hour support with either passive or active overnight care. SIL services also ensure that clients with complex support requirements are included in their local community, participating in activities of their choice while receiving the highest quality of care.
We also offer tenancy support to people who choose to live in shared housing, with several options available for board arrangements. For example, a board and lodging fee paid fortnightly covers the cost of rent, food, utilities and shared furniture etc.
For SIL clients, we provide the following types of support, again tailored to individual support needs and personal independence goals. These can include assistance with:
-cooking, including meal planning, following a recipe, and grocery shopping.
-cleaning, gardening and other household tasks.
-personal care routines.
-accessing medical and allied health appointments.
-outcome-specific learning at home and implementing therapy recommendations.
-accessing community events and activities of your choice, including transportation.