We are a team of NDIS registered professionals who work together to provide a network of support that helps people feel empowered, achieve positive outcomes and live their best lives.
As members of our team, Support Workers can help you learn new skills so you can manage everyday tasks such as cooking, cleaning, and budgeting, to develop social, relational and communication skills and to participate in sport and recreational activities. Support Workers can even stay overnight, if needed.
As members of your team, will work with you, your families and networks to ensure you feel supported.
A Supported Independent Living package can include support for:
Writing a shopping list and doing your own shopping.
Managing your money and household budgeting.
Showering and dressing.
Such as cleaning and laundry.
Catching public transport.
Preparing and cooking a meal.
Our team will visit you to discuss your goals and how we can work together.
Together, we will create plan to achieve your goals.
Together, we will take steps to achieve your goals and continue to monitor how things are going and support you, to make the most of every day.
"My son has Down Syndrome and lives independently with support from Baptist Care SA. I don’t worry about him because I know he is happy and being taken care of."
"I feel like I make a real difference in the lives of my clients."
"I love working with the young people in our programs and supporting them to unlock their true potential."
"Baptist Care SA has helped me get things done and use my NDIS funding better."
"I love working at Baptist Care SA. We provide great service. I feel I contribute to supporting our clients get great outcomes."
"There is no greater joy than seeing people’s independence and confidence grow as you support them to reach their goals."
"What I love most about Baptist Care SA is their support workers. They’ve helped unlock my potential."
"With support from Baptist Care SA, I can live on my own and take care of myself."
"There’s something special about my Behaviour Support Practitioner, Marco. He is very gentle."
"I’m proud to work for Baptist Care SA—the people are genuine and truly listen and care."
If there is currently no availability for a service, you can join the waitlist to be informed when space becomes available.
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We have some great houses for people with NDIS funding who want to live as independently as possible, but with some support with daily tasks.
Comfortable 1:2 shared living in popular inner-west suburb.
Nestled in the popular suburb of Croydon Park, this neat and comfortable three-bedroom, two bathroom share house is ideal for Supported Independent Living.
With convenience at your fingertips, this great property is located near Arndale Shopping Centre, Churchill Centre, Croydon Park Shopping Centre, and Welland Plaza.
This spacious single-storey home ensures your comfort with ducted air conditioning, built-in wardrobes in every bedroom, an abundance of storage and a backyard.
Tenants can feel safe and secure in this home, with passive overnight care also available.
Shared living with man in his 30s who loves Batman, The Wiggles, plushies and going to the zoo with his Support Worker.
Suitable for a male or female housemate.
A short/long term or permanent lease can be negotiated.Learn more
Supported Independent Living is one type of help or supervision with daily tasks to help you live independently and build your daily living skills.
Supported Independent Living is best suited for people with higher level support needs who need some level of help at home all the time.
Supported Independent Living offers people greater independence, control over their lives, and the opportunity to live in their own homes, while being supported by Support Workers who know and understand their needs. This helps people to build skills and confidence, and to develop social networks and support systems while improving their mental and physical health, and overall wellbeing.
You can receive Supported Independent Living services in a house you live in. If you don’t have a house, we can help you find one.
SIL does not pay for rent, home modifications or day-to-day living expenses, like food.
Live independently in your own home, with a bit of support with everyday activities.
Develop and enhance your social, emotional, behavioural and self-care skills in all areas of your life.
Promoting positive behaviour, reducing behaviours of concern and improving overall quality of life.
Baptist Care SA, lives, works and walks on Kaurna, Permangk and Boandik lands. We acknowledge Aboriginal people as the state’s first peoples, recognise their traditional ownership, and respect their cultural heritage, beliefs, deep connection and continued guardianship of land and waters. We value the contributions of Elders past and present, and are committed to learning from those emerging.