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Supported independent living (SIL)

What is Supported Independent Living (SIL)?

Supported independent living is the name of the NDIS funding that provides supports to people with disability to help them live as independently as possible.

ACA provides SIL services for people with:

  • Complex need – provides highly frequent assistance to the individual with: managing challenging behaviours that require intensive positive behaviour support
  • continual active assistance with all daily tasks
  • active management of complex medical needs

active support 24/7 including overnight

  • SIL is funding for supervising tasks of daily life in a shared living environment, either temporary or ongoing.
  • People with a disability who live in a private rental setting, own their own home and live with others, or those who live in Specialist Disability Accommodation may be eligible.