Individual Living Options (ILO) are living arrangements that focus on the individual and is an innovative alternative to group home services.
NDIS is assisting people with a disability to live more inclusively – in a regular house, on a regular street, in a welcoming community.
ILO’s are focused on working with the participant and their family to consider their needs and preferences and design a flexible package of supports. 

To explore vacancies and for the assistance required for applying ILO. Please contact us on 02 8678 0345 or

What are the ILO Options?

Living with a supporting family or individual in their home.

a support worker lives with a person needing support and receives free or discounted rent and provides support.

Living Together with a Supporting Friend
 sharing with a friend who provides support.

Living Together, Sharing NDIS Participants
Two or more NDIS participants live together and share supports, living how they want.

Living Together, Sharing NDIS Participants with Co-resident
As above, but a Co-resident lives the house to provide additional support.

 Living Together, Supporting Families
 Families who live with and provide support, but get additional assistance to make things sustainable.

Friendly Neighbours
 A person who lives nearby and assists build connections into the community.

Circle of Support
Volunteers supporting a person with a disability to live more independently.


“My monthly stay at 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.”


“I always look forward to my weekly Friday outings with my regular staff. We go every week to explore new places and learn how to catch public transport. I enjoy it”


“My regular staff helps me with my daily personal care and maintains my house clean with me. Last week I went on a cruise to watch vivid show with my staff.”