Interchange Australia offers a Short-term Accommodation (STA) on weekends for NDIS participants!
What is Short-Term Accommodation “STA”?
Short term Accommodation is when someone else takes care of the person you care for, so that you can have some time for yourself and take a well-deserved break.
At Interchange Australia we make sure the person you care for has a safe and wonderful time enjoying a wide variety of activities with their peers during their stay with us making the experience positive for all involved.
Where Will I Stay?
Our Narellan house is a beautifully appointed modern home situated right in the heart of Narellan, offering the best of both worlds only 15 minutes to some beautiful farm visits and bush trails and only a short trip to the exciting and faster paced Sydney activity options.
- 24/7 qualified support staff
- All meals including breakfast lunch and dinner
- Social activities & Outings (entry tickets & activity costs
to be paid by guests)
- Transport to and from outings
Weekend Short-term Accommodation starts at 4:00pm on Fridays and runs through to 4:00pm on Sundays.1:1 and 1:2 STA available on request.
All areas have wheelchair access.
We also offer Short Term Accommodation at our
3 other locations!
Bowral, Southern Highlands
Nowra, South Coast
What Will I Do?
You will be supported throughout your stay by experienced and qualified staff as you learn and improve on important life skills. Participants are involved in all aspects of daily living activities from menu planning to grocery shopping and meal preparation, garden care, household chores and hygiene practices.
There is a whole lot of fun to be had with your peers as you access the community with various outings and activities which are selected by the entire group during each stay with us.
We offer farm visits, nature walks, beach days, museum visits, dinner groups, movie nights, bowling, action parks, health and fitness, art classes and so much more!
You also have the option to join in with the Peer Support group “Interchange Adventures”.