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Department for Communities and Social Inclusion

Disability Services

Accommodation Services

The mission of Accommodation Services is to provide personalised, first-class services that empower people with disability as equal citizens to exercise choice, control and maximise their opportunities in life. Our goal is to ensure the people we support have a fair go in life.

Disability Accommodation Services provides supported accommodation and lifestyle or pre-vocational support to eligible people through:

  • community-based supported accommodation services
  • campus-based services including Strathmont Centre and Highgate Park
  • aged care services at Northgate and Highgate
  • services during the day (for example, day options and pre-vocational activities)
  • after-hours services, including crisis response and emergency services (phone 8372 1414 for emergency after-hours support).

In addition, a wide range of non-government supported accommodation, employment, community access and day options services are available throughout South Australia

Accommodation Services commitment

We are committed to maintaining the safety and wellbeing of the people we support.

Our focus is on quality of life, maximising independence and personal skills development.

We involve residents in decisions about them, encourage participation in local communities and support the involvement of family and friends.

Our services are targeted mostly to people with high or complex needs.


More information

Learn about disability support, including assessment and eligibility.

Contact the Disability Information Service for general enquiries and information about disability services and support in South Australia.

Visit your local disability office.

Downloads

Information on accommodation for people with disability

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