Peakhurst, NSW

Vacancy in the suburb of Peakhurst, NSW

This SIL vacancy in Peakhurst, NSW is spacious but cosy, located in a quiet and friendly neighbourhood. Only a 10-minute drive to Hurstville and Roselands and 15-minute drive to Bankstown, the property is close to the M5 allows for easy access to nearby beaches and the city.

 

Accessibility

 

  • Specialist Disability Accommodation: High Physical Support. 
  • Ramp at the entrance. 
  • Single storey, flat interior.
  • Wheelchair friendly with wide pathways, door frames and sliding patio doors. 
  • Supportive railing and Arjo bath in the communal bathroom.
  • 24/7 on-site support and active nights.

 

House Features

 

  • Vacant room has a built-in wardrobe, hoists in the bedroom and en suite. 
  • Open kitchen, living and dining areas.
  • Welcoming back garden with patio, wrap around path and grass area with table and chairs.
  • Transport available with an on-site van from The Disability Trust.

Applicant Considerations

The Peakhurst property currently has two female and two male residents over 55 years old. Three residents attend either community access or day options throughout the week and enjoy going for walks and drives. When the group aren’t out and about, they enjoy watching movies, baking and doing arts and crafts.

This accessible home is a Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) categorised under High Physical Support. The property layout is well suited for someone with limited mobility and is supported for residents with high needs. The current vacancy is a spacious bedroom with its own en suite fitted out with hoists and supportive railing.
 

Support Available

This SIL vacancy in Peakhurst, NSW is active staff support during the day as required and have sleepover support staff overnight. 

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