Supported Independent Living

Quality Shared Independent Living – Your Home in Your Community

SIL Client Hunter
SIL Participant Bega
Supported Home and Living

We support people with disability to live in a diverse range of shared Supported Independent Living (SIL) arrangements across NSW and the ACT. We offer our residents quality, accessible and SDA approved homes that cater to the support needs of each individual.

Our professional, passionate staff provide quality support and ensure all residents live in a safe and happy home environment.

Residents are supported to access the community to engage in vocational, educational and recreational activities of choice and to take an active role in the home including participating in meal preparation and choosing social activities with their housemates and friends in the community.

Shared living arrangements offer fantastic opportunities for residents to live with people of their choice, meeting social needs and maximising independence while getting the supports needed to meet individual goals and realise their potential.

If you are on the lookout for a new place to stay with friendly, like-minded people, we want to hear from you. We have home and living specialists who can guide you through the pathway to the ideal outcome for you.

Call The Disability Trust on 1300 347 224 to discuss what is available to suit your lifestyle or use our general SIL form below our current vacancies.

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Region
Berkeley, NSW
Vacancy in Transitional Independent Living home in Berkeley, NSW
Blacksmiths, NSW
Vacancy in the beachside suburb of Blacksmiths
Blair Athol, NSW
Vacancy in wonderfully light and airy home in Blair Athol
Bomaderry, NSW
Vacancy in the scenic surroundings of Bomaderry, NSW
Bonnells Bay, NSW
Two vacancies in spacious five bedroom home in the lakeside suburb of Bonnells Bay
Goulburn, NSW
Vacancy in a charming street in Goulburn’s centre
Goulburn, NSW
Vacancy in a beautiful residential home near the Wollondilly River
Horsley, NSW
Basic SDA vacancy in Horsley, NSW
Kambah, ACT
Vacancy in the quiet and tranquil suburb of Kambah
Kembla Grange, NSW
Vacancy in the rural and residential area of Kembla Grange, NSW
Morisset, NSW
Vacancy in Morisset, Lake Macquarie
Moss Vale, NSW
Vacancy amongst the rolling hills of Moss Vale
Moss Vale, NSW
Vacancy in the picturesque suburb of Moss Vale, NSW
Mount Annan, NSW
Two vacancies in a single storey house in Mount Annan, NSW
Mount Hutton, NSW
Two vacancies only minutes from Lake Macquarie Fair and Charlestown Square
Nicholls, ACT
Fully Accessible SDA vacancy in Nicholls
O’Connor, ACT
Vacancy in leafy suburb of O’Connor
Peakhurst, NSW
Vacancy in High Physical Support SDA property in Peakhurst, NSW
Queanbeyan, NSW
Vacancy in quiet street in West Queanbeyan
Ruse, NSW
Four vacancies in a beautiful residential home in Ruse

A not-for-profit registered NDIS SIL provider

We provide quality housing supports with vacancies in properties spanning the full range of SDA categories. We manage SIL properties in the Illawarra & Shoalhaven, Southern Highlands, South West and South East Sydney across Campbelltown, Oran Park and the Sutherland Shire, up into Newcastle, Lake Macquarie and the Central Coast, as well as across the ACT and in Goulburn. If you are outside of these areas, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us and let us help you find an individual solution for you.

SIL participant with DSW

Can't find what you're looking for?

If you can’t find what you’re looking for, let us help you find it. Whether you already have a home and are just looking for a supports provider or if you would like help finding something suitable that fits your requirements. Whether you have housemates or want us to help you find suitable people to move in with. We will help you find an outcome that best suits your individual circumstances and works with your life. 


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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