Accomodation / Tenancy
Short term and Medium term Accomodation:
Short and Medium Term Accommodation (STA/MTA) are funded under the NDIS is designed to provide people with disabilities, and their carers, with a respite stay to relax and recharge.

At Inclusive Care, our STA and MTA houses are located in vibrant communities close to amenities and recreational activities, making it easy to enjoy everything you love most during your stay.

More than just accommodation, our personalised support team will make it feel like your home away from home. During your stay, enjoy the choice to join a range of activities such as Footy Weekend, Explorer Weekend, and Food Trail – all designed around your needs.

Enquire now about Short Term Accommodation with Inclusive Care.

What is the difference between Short Term and Medium Term Accommodation?
Short Term Accommodation (STA) is a type of NDIS housing designed to give you time away from your caring duties. This might be because you’re taking some time away, or simply because you need to relax and recharge. Funding for Short Term Accommodation (STA) allows eligible NDIS participants to access up to 14 days away from their usual place of residence.

The NDIS usually funds up to 28 days of STA in a year, meaning you’ve got the flexibility to pick and choose when you want to use this type of accommodation. Your options are limitless – use it in a 14-day block, or pick and choose certain weekends of the year instead.

Medium Term Accommodation (MTA) is for anyone who needs a place to stay while waiting for a long-term housing solution. This type of NDIS housing is usually funded for up to 90 days a year.

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