Transitioning from Aged Care to NDIS
Opportunities to benefit from SIL & SDA Solutions
You may have a relative or friend who is under 65 years and eligible for the exceptional NDIS services available today.
What is required however, is action by those eligible to register for NDIS services before time runs out.
People living in residential aged care under the age of 65 can apply for NDIS registration now, and they can continue with NDIS services and funding beyond this age. It is estimated that in Western Australia there are 600 people living in aged care with the opportunity to transition to NDIS. The terms used for these services are Supported Independent Living (SIL) and Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA).
Adelphi Living specialises in the transitioning of aged care residents who may suffer from Alzheimers, dementia, and cognitive impairments to NDIS participants. Adelphi provides a range of high care support requiring registered nurses, enrolled nurses and qualified disability support staffs.
Advantages of transitioning from Aged Care to NDIS with Adelphi Living
Purpose built supported accommodations with a maximum of three participants
Adelphi services are provided within purpose-built home accommodations with a maximum of three participants to each home, which offer single rooms with large assisted ensuites.
One staff member per participant
NDIS participants can enjoy a staff ratio up to one staff member per participant as opposed to an aged care ratio of one staff member per eleven residents.
A person-centered approach
Adelphi provides the SIL care in new purpose-built homes, providing its person-centered approach of care and service delivery, including tailored food menus of participant choice and requirements. Our staff are selected for each participant based on their care and health needs.
For further information on how Adelphi can assist you transitioning from Aged Care to NDIS, feel free to contact us! Our friendly team will contact you shortly.