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Current Shared Living Vacancies - Identitywa - Registered NDIS Provider

Current Shared Living Vacancies

Identitywa’s Supported Independent Living offers a fantastic option for people to live an independent and fulfilled life with the high-quality support they choose.

We have a range of housing options available for participants.  Contact our Community Engagement Advisor via email enquiries@identitywa.com.au or call 9474 3303 to arrange a chat about what you are looking for.

Current vacancies in our Supported Independent Living are Subject to the agreed NDIS funding plan.


Koondoola


Warm and Friendly Home. SDA – Improved Livability

This brand-new home is in the Northern suburbs of Perth, close to shops and parks. The house has been fitted out to have a warm and cosy feel on the inside, and housemates also enjoy the leafy green neighbourhood.

  • 1 bedroom available
  • Accessible ensuite
  • 2 living areas
  • Open accessible kitchen
  • Outdoor area
  • Opposite park
  • Parking

    The Housemates are looking to share their home with:

    • A woman in their 40’s or older.
    • Who may be ambulant or use a manual wheelchair
    • Who likes to socialise.

Home Details

  • Large Bedroom with built in Robes and ensuite, with a sliding door to a small patio area.
    Open plan kitchen, dining and living area. A separate Lounge area. Alfresco, Modern appliances
  • Ducted air-conditioning for heating and cooling throughout the house
  • Two bathroom
  • Lounge area
  • Dining room
  • This home is suitable for someone ambulant or in a Manual Wheelchair
  • WIFI, Security features including alarm

Beechboro

Quiet and Comfortable Home

Beechboro is a multicultural suburb with a large range of parks, a large recreational centre with pool facilities, indoor court facilities, a gymnasium, and a library. It has two large shopping centres. 20 km from the Perth CBD and on the verge of the Swan Valley, with many wineries and fresh produce available.

The Housemates are looking to share their home with:

  • A woman or a man in their 40’s or older
  • Who has good mobility, doesn’t mind spending time on their own but is open to engaging in activities together (in their home and in the community).

Home Details

  • Ducted air-conditioning for heating and cooling throughout the house
  • Vinyl floorings
  • Five bedrooms
  • Shared bathroom
  • Two sizeable lounge areas
  • Dining room
  • Outdoor living area and garden

Marangaroo

Relaxed and Easy-living Home.

Located in the suburb of Marangaroo, North of Perth, the home is ideal for those who like being around nature, as the area is lined with parks and walking trails to enjoy.  Public transport is easily accessed, and a multitude of local resources.

Four participants are sharing this lovely home supported by Identitywa.  Housemates enjoy a relaxed and easy-going lifestyle.

Home Details

  • Manual-wheelchair accessibility
  • Ducted air-conditioning for heating and cooling throughout the house
  • Vinyl floorings
  • Five bedrooms, one with ensuite
  • Two accessible bathrooms
  • Two sizeable lounge areas
  • Dining room
  • Outdoor living area and garden

Redcliffe

This Single-story duplex is close to the airport, DFO and Belmont Forum. With quick access to Tonkin Hwy and Great Eastern Rd.

The home is fully accessible with an open planned Kitchen Dinning area, another separate living area and two great-sized bathrooms.

Home Details

  • 4 Spacious Bedrooms with built-in robes.
  • 2 Accessible Bathrooms
  • 2 living Areas
  • Open Kitchen, Dining and living area
  • Outdoor courtyard  Area

Click here to find out about our exciting Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) program.


We invite you to take a few minutes to hear first-hand from one of the families who currently access our SIL service.

Ellen’s story…

From a very young age, Ellen was determined to be like her brothers and live her own life.  As a child, she regularly took short breaks at Identitywa’s Children’s Respite House, which she loved. When she grew older, Ellen was also supported by Identitywa to participate in her community actively.

Today, she lives independently in one of Identitywa’s shared houses.   Click here to hear Ellen and her mum, Pauline, talk about their experience with Identitywa and how it has enabled Ellen to achieve her dream of independence.