Short Stay and Respite

Short-term accommodation for people with disability.

Visitors at Emma Ruby House

We provide short stay and respite accommodation options for people with disability to take an enjoyable break from routine home life and the regular environment of day to day living.

We have a diverse range of Short Term Accommodation (STA) options within NSW and the ACT with accommodation focusing on providing a fun break in a safe and supervised environment supported by friendly and well-trained staff. Our breaks offer individually tailored opportunities to develop skills as well as fun activities and community outings. Our passionate and professional staff are well practiced to cater for all personal requirements to ensure an inclusive and supported stay.

Batemans Bay Short Stay Respite
Nanga Mai

We operate fully staffed, accessible STA respite homes with wonderful opportunities for an enjoyable break:

  • Parkside at Dapto is a fully accessible, purpose-built four-bedroom house.
  • Emma Ruby House at Cook in the ACT is specially designed to cater for younger people with disability. It’s fully accessible and is conveniently located near shops and a park with excellent access to a range of activities.
  • Hughes House at Hughes in the ACT caters for people over 18. The fully accessible purpose-built facility has several very comfortable living areas.
  • Willow in Wollongong is nestled away off the main streets, surrounded by trees and quiet spaces to explore.
  • Mountview TCU is a five-bedroom home in the suburb of Balgownie near Wollongong. The house is well located in a private, quiet residential setting.
  • Nanga Mai is a short-term accommodation centre at Dapto which provides respite for children with disability and their families. It is the first of its kind in the Illawarra and the modern colourful centre is staffed full time, every day of the week.

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Indigenous Culture mark

The Disability Trust acknowledges the traditional custodians of the Country on which we provide services. We recognise the strength and intergenerational resilience of Elders and honour the culture and knowledge of community leaders past, present and emerging.

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