Our Supported Independent Living (SIL) services here at Sahara Services is all about helping people living with various disabilities live their best lives.
We know that the path to independence can be tough, but with the right support, anything is possible. That’s where our SIL services come in – we offer a range of personalised support to help you develop the skills you need to live independently and pursue your dreams.
Our team of friendly and experienced support workers are here to help you with everything from daily living tasks to accessing community resources and developing life skills like cooking or budgeting. We believe that everyone deserves to live the life they want, no matter what challenges they may face.
What is SIL?
Supported Independent Living (SIL) is a type of disability support provided by the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). SIL services are designed to assist individuals with disabilities to live as independently as possible. This type of support can be delivered in a variety of settings, including group homes or individual tenancies, and can include assistance with tasks like cooking, cleaning, and personal care. At Sahara Services, we offer a range of SIL services that are tailored to meet the unique needs and preferences of each of our participants.
At Sahara Services’ Supported Accommodation, you can expect to:
- Have a place to call your own and be your authentic self.
- Build independence, boost self-confidence, and enhance social skills.
- Receive help with daily living tasks.
- Access a wide range of programs and recreational activities.
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After moving in here, I have finally found a place to call home. It is my place. I decorated it just the way I want. Team leaders are very kind and caring person. They check on me continuously. The thing I most love about this place is I feel very secure and confident here like I can do anything. Thank you, Sahara.
– Sahara Supported Accommodation’s New Resident