NDIS Services

Supported Independent Living

Supported Independent Living

Short Term Accommodation

Assistance with Daily Living Life Skills

Assistance with Daily Personal Activities

Community Participation

NDIS Support Coordination

Community Nursing Services

Assistance with Household Tasks

Psychosocial Recovery Coach


Supported Independent Living

Supported Independent Living is an assistance provided to NDIS participants, where a person with disability is supported in day-to-day tasks, whether they live in shared or individual accommodations. SIL is best suited for participants who have high support needs. This means you require a significant amount of help throughout the day.

The purpose of SIL is to help NDIS participants live autonomously. SIL is paid personal support, It includes things like someone to help with personal care tasks or cooking meals. SIL can help build these skills too, so you can be more independent. Assistance in daily household tasks like cleaning, cooking and personal care are provided. SIL is support for you at home. You can get SIL if you live in a home with other people. You can also get SIL if you live on your own, but there might be other personal care supports that suit you better.

SIL support doesn’t include rent or other day-to-day expenses like groceries.

Provisions include:

  • General Household cleaning and laundry
  • Meal preparation 
  • Assistance with catching Public Transport 
  • New Hobby Assistance 
  • Transport assistance to appointments 
  • Assistance with administration of medication 
  • Personal Care such as showering and dressing

What is Roster of Care?

Roster of Care describes the supports you’ll get from Hola Support, it helps the NDIS to decide how much support to include in your plan. We will work with to create or update your Roster of Care, if your needs have changed, you may have to get a report from a qualified Allied Health Practitioner [AHP] to show this to the NDIS.

What is included in SIL

  • Support with supervision, safety and security
  • Assistance with personal care tasks
  • Assistance with capacity building tasks (for example, meal prep and cooking, cleaning, routine development)
  • Behaviour support and social skill development
  • Administration of medication
  • Support for medical appointments
  • Community access that is not routine or regular (for example, support to complete personal tasks)
  • Support to get to and from community access activities (where this is the participant’s preference)

What is not included in SIL

  • Cost of groceries
  • Rent, board or lodging costs
  • Utilities – gas, electricity, water, telephone, internet
  • Household budgeting/bill paying activities
  • Expenses related to holidays, including travel costs
  • Personal care supports while the participant is in hospital
  • Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) related costs (such as property maintenance costs, repairs, vacancy costs)
  • Ongoing costs and supports for vacancies (which is built into the price limit)
  • Regular community access
  • Specific funding for staff to attend training for the participant’s support needs (which is built into the price limit)
  • Shadow shifts
  • Organisational management costs
  • Allied Health staff, including those employed by SIL provider
  • Vehicle costs
  • Temporary Transformation Payment (TTP) pricing
  • Justice related supports
  • Community supervision orders
  • Nursing, medical care and other health related supports
  • Items covered in other sections of the NDIS Pricing Arrangements and Price Limits (such as transport costs, assistive technology, personal care while in the workplace, plan management, financial intermediary supports, clinical or allied health services)

Contact us

Contact info

(08) 7078 5845


Level 1/127 Haydown Rd Elizabeth Vale SA 5112

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