Supported Accommodation

How does it work? How does it happen? Supported Accommodation offers people with a disability the opportunity to attain independence by living in their local communities with the necessary support provided. Supported Accommodation is required due to changes in the family circumstances (e.g. ageing parents, health) or the desire to provide a living environment that […]

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Respite Services

RRRSI provides the following options of Respite services Centred Based Respite (accommodates up to 5 participants) Own Home Respite Alternative Respite (Cabin/Hotel/Motel) All sites undergo Risk Assessments to determine suitability and our Centre Based Respite venue is certified with a Children’s Licence by the Department of Families and Communities SA. Respite services are accessible for […]

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Brokerage Services

Brokerage Brokerage services are contracts between funding agencies and a service provider to support a client for a specific reason and timeframe. Brokerage services are usually set up for regular times and frequencies (e.g. 8am to 11am, Mon/Tue/Fri). Commonly, Brokerage services assist clients with Domestic Management support (e.g. cleaning, washing etc.) Community Connect support (e.g. […]

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Recreation and Holiday

The Recreation Program gives people with disabilities the opportunity to participate in a range of sporting and leisure activities. As as a result participants make friends, achieve personal goals, keep fit and enhance their quality of life. Weekend Trips and Holidays A calendar of weekend trips and week holidays is circulated to families/clients at the […]

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Day Options

Day Options Services Day Options gives people with disabilities the opportunity to participate in developmental programs, integrate into the community and form friendships while having FUN. Day Options Program The program runs each Monday to Friday from 9am – 3pm. Participants have a four week break over Christmas and return in mid January. Referral to […]

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How can you access our service

A referral from Disability SA or NDIA is required to access funded services. Self funded access or access by means of alternative funding (other agencies) such as Commonwealth Carelink is available. We are more than happy to discuss these options with you.

All access to our services is subject to an intake assessment to determine our suitability and ability to cater for your needs.