Respite care gives you the chance to recharge and look after yourself​​.​
It can help you maintain your current living situation by giving you and your informal supports a short break and by doing so strengthen and maintain the family/ carer relationship.
A lot of people assume when it comes to Respite, it is a service just for the carers. Respite is also a service for you! It also can be a great way for you to grow your independence, build relationships and try new things.
When it comes to young adults and adults with disability, going from living at home to living independently can often be a long journey. Respite gives you the opportunity to work towards achieving your home and living goals.

To learn more about how we can support you, please contact our friendly team

How we can help

What we help with
  • Building independence and get you ready to transition into SIL (permanent, long-term accommodation)
  • Medium-term (temporary transitional accommodation while you await your permanent home)
  • Opportunities to make new friendships and socialise
  • Participation in personalised activities and experiences
  • Personalised service to meet the individual’s requirements
  • Short-term (casual or regular bookings)
  • Work with you to understand and achieve your goals
  • 24-hour support and care provided by CPA’s highly trained staff
Who can help

At CPA we have highly trained and dedicated staff who can be part of your extended support network. Helping parents and families of adults.

Along your respite journey you can work with our:

  • Disability support practitioners
  • Respite house manager
How we can help

Respite at CPA can become part of your extended support network, allowing you to live out of home for a short period of time.

Our staff are highly trained in a number of support areas and are motivated to assist individuals. We take the time to clearly understand your identified skills that you would like to be supported.

Set in a home environment, Respite services pave the way to helping you reach your independence and help you achieve your home and living goals, if you are exploring permanent living options.

Funding supports

Whilst currently there is no ‘Respite’ item specifically listed under National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), Respite is available and can be described as Short-Term Accommodation (STA) and assistance.

NDIS funds STA under the Core Support category ‘Assistance with Daily Living’ (Category 1), allowing you more flexibility in the way you use them.

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We will respond as soon as possible, between Monday-Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm

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