At Partner In Your Care, we offer a range of group accommodation options including apartments, villas, and houses.
Each home offers a safe, secure, and welcoming environment. Our accommodation is suitable for those with low, standard, and complex support needs.
Whether you need 24/7 support, or just for a few hours each day, we will work with you to design a support program that suits you.
Our supported living services can support you with:
We will also support you to develop your own living skills so you can enjoy greater independence as time goes on.
Supported Accommodation (SIL): Live the life you want.
Supported accommodation often suits those who are unable to live on their own or with their family. It can provide stability, security, the chance to be part of the community, and a place to call home.
Supported Accommodation Services can help you:
Short term accommodation and assistance: For those caring for others, we offer you:
Why Choose Us?
Partner In Your Care has one main objective, and that is to provide a service that enhances your quality of life and enables you to continue to live in your own home.
Support services can take care of many worries of participant who choose to remain in their homes experience. Issues such as loneliness, difficulty with mobility, transport and isolation can be alleviated as we discuss and plan services that will be best suited to each individual Participant.
To know more about how PIYC can support you with your NDIS plan. contact our friendly staff on
1300 436 114 firstname.lastname@example.org
In consultation with you, and your family carer , we can identify what services will best meet your needs. PIYC team will be able to develop a service program alliance with your NDIS goals
PIYC is focus on careers strength and offer opportunity to share experience.
Many peoples have multiple goals, some goals can take a day or two to achieve, other goals take months even years. we help you break goal down in to measurable, achievable chunks. And then, we support you to take steps as needed.
Our Participant Say
My fortnightly respite house, helps my mum to have a break and I get to meet my friends at respite house where we go out for different social outings. It also helps my mum to have a break as she is turning 75 year. Support staff encourage me and direct me to do my daily task during respite which help me to build skills.
I look forward to my weekly BBQ on Saturday. We do cooking and play basketball. Sometime we also go for walk around the park after BBQ. I have made few friends at the park as well.
PIYC support staff assist me 3 days a week. I like the way support staff sit with me every Monday to develop my weekly plan and build routine in my life.