Bonnells Bay, NSW

Vacancies in the suburb of Bonnells Bay, NSW

This SDA home has two vacancies nestled on the south-western shores of Lake Macquarie. Located in a quiet, safe and peaceful street, the home is surrounded with friendly neighbours and a calming atmosphere.  

Accessibility

  • Specialist Disability Accommodation: Flexible.
  • Single storey, flat interior, with vinyl and tiled flooring throughout the property.
  • Large and level driveway.
  • Wide door frames.
  • Supportive railing in main bathrooms.

House Features

  • Five bedrooms, each with a built-in wardrobe.
  • Large open kitchen, living and dining areas.
  • Transport available with an on-site vehicle from The Disability Trust.

Applicant Considerations

This SDA property currently has a male and a female resident, aged 40 to 75. If the group aren’t exploring the Bonnells Bay community, or getting morning tea and coffee, they will be outdoors enjoying the sun and sand at the local beach.
 
The property has two vacancies, one in the external villa and the other in the main house. With a large open living and dining room, garden and outdoor common areas, you’ll have a nice balance of socialising with your housemates and taking some time to yourself if you feel the need. Supported 24/7 by staff from The Disability Trust, you’ll have freedom and control over your environment with peace-of-mind knowing that assistance is always available.
 

Support Available

These SIL vacancies in Bonnells Bay, NSW is active staff support during the day as required and sleepover support staff overnight. 

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