George Weily offers staffing from 6:00am -10:30am and 3:00pm – 8:00pm ensuring that participants receive essential support during the day. Additionally, the house provides non-active overnight support, ensuring residents’ well-being throughout the night.
Tenants are supported by a team who have extensive training, knowledge and skills to work with people with Intellectual Disability and Mental Health, Epilepsy, Diabetes and Schizophrenia. Staff have all completed comprehensive training on Autism, Mental Health and Understanding and responding to sexualised behaviours as well as First Aid.
The property at George Weily boasts a spacious and inviting house with a modern open plan living area, creating a warm and welcoming ambiance for residents and guests alike.
With a total of 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms, the house offers ample space for comfortable living. Each resident can enjoy the privacy and convenience of their own bathroom.
The backyard and entertaining area are a highlight of the property, providing a delightful space for relaxation and leisure.
George Weily aims to offer a comfortable and enjoyable living experience for its residents, with a focus on providing a nurturing and supportive environment.
At George Weily, the current residents are males aged between 40 and 50 years old, creating a welcoming community of individuals at a similar stage in life.
The house is thoughtfully designed to accommodate residents who are mobile and independent, enabling them to move around freely and comfortably within the living space.
Additionally, George Weily offers a wonderful environment for residents who enjoy outdoor activities, such as BBQs. The property’s entertaining area provides an ideal spot for socializing and enjoying delicious meals together.
Furthermore, the house promotes community engagement, as residents have the opportunity to access the community with support. This allows them to participate in various activities, events, and outings, fostering a sense of inclusion and connection with the wider community.
- The applicant is to be 18 years or over.
- The applicant is prepared to sign (or for a representative to sign) a Residential Agreement
and Service Agreement.
- The applicant needs to be eligible for Supported Disability Accommodation (SDA)
- The home is suitable for people with mild to moderate level of disability.
- Design category for this home is to improve liveabilty.
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