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Discover the Comfort and Security of NDIS Mid Term Accommodation (MTA) with Our Trusted Services

When it comes to NDIS accommodation, you deserve a safe, secure, and supportive environment that caters to your unique needs. That’s where our NDIS Mid Term Accommodation (MTA) services come in. Designed to provide a seamless transition between hospital, residential, or other care settings, our MTA options in Melbourne and Perth offer the balance of independence and assistance.

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What is Mid Term Accommodation (MTA)?

MTA provides medium-term accommodation for up to 90 days through a government-funded program. When you’re looking for a new home or after you have moved in but are still settling in, you can use it to find a place to stay.

It can help with moving costs, as well as give you some time to settle into your new place before paying rent.

Dedicated Team of Experienced Professionals

Our team of experienced professionals is dedicated to ensuring your comfort and well-being throughout your stay. From 24/7 on-site support to personalized care plans, we leave no stone unturned in delivering the exceptional service you expect and deserve.

 

Whether you’re in need of short-term respite or a longer-term solution, our services are tailored to meet your specific requirements. Call us today and let us help you find the perfect accommodation that empowers you to live life to the fullest.

What our Respite Care Includes:

Respite care is a critical service that provides temporary relief for caregivers of individuals with disabilities. Whether you’re located in Victoria, Melbourne or Perth, WA having access to quality respite home services can make all the difference for both the caregiver and the care recipient. 

Some of the services included in our Respite service are as follows: 

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What is the Purpose of MTA Program?

Using the MTA program, you can plan for your future accommodation needs after leaving a residential aged care facility. It is possible to use the MTA program to cover the costs of renting or maintaining a home or moving into a retirement community.

While waiting for long-term housing or other services, MTA provides safe, secure, and accessible housing for people with disabilities. Additionally, it provides short-term accommodation for people with disabilities who are moving into aged care facilities until they have settled in.

What are the benefits of MTA NDIS?

Medium Term Accommodation (MTA) under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) offers several advantages for participants and their families:

Suitable and Accessible Accommodation

MTA provides a secure and supportive place to stay while awaiting permanent accommodation. It ensures that individuals have a safe living environment during their housing transition.

Specialised Support and Care

Participants in MTA receive tailored support services based on their specific needs. This includes assistance with daily living tasks, mental health support, and any other necessary care.

Preparation for Permanent Housing

MTA serves as a bridge between temporary arrangements and long-term housing. It helps individuals prepare for their eventual move into a permanent home.

Connection with Other Services and Supports

MTA facilitates connections to community resources, social networks, and relevant services. Participants can access additional supports beyond accommodation, enhancing their overall well-being.

Remember that MTA is not a standalone support; it complements other NDIS services to create a comprehensive care plan.

Your Trusted Partner for Safe and Secure NDIS Medium Term Accommodation

Careon Services understands the unique challenges faced by individuals with disabilities. That’s why our NDIS Medium Term Accommodation (MTA) program – is a safe, supportive living environment that empowers you to live life on your own terms. With 24/7 care, personalised assistance, and a range of enriching activities, our MTA program helps you develop essential life skills and achieve your goals.

FAQs

NDIS can fund medium term accommodation so you have somewhere to live if you can’t move into your long term home because your disability supports aren’t ready.

The regular length of respite care is normally for a short time, but there is considerable variation within this limited time frame. Depending on the carers personal needs, respite care can last anywhere from a couple of hours, to several weeks.

Long term respite care can allow carers the time and space to take much-needed holidays, or to tend to their own healthcare needs. This gives you and your carer both a break, to restore and recharge.

Respite is essentially time you spend outside of your usual living arrangements, whether that’s living with family, friends or housemates. Respite is a service that can be used for just a few hours or up to a few weeks.

Respite care enables families and carers to have a rest, go out, attend to business or go on a holiday. Many people find that a regular break means that they can recharge and avoid burn out. It also gives a person with dementia an opportunity to socialise and meet other people.

Respite care supports family members by giving them an opportunity to recharge and replenish their energy reserves. It allows them to rest, pursue hobbies, or simply take a break from their caregiving duties without feeling guilty.

Have peace of mind knowing your loved one is in good hands, while you take the time you need to truly care for yourself.