More than just a break from the everyday, we work with you to practice day-to-day skills to grow your independence
Our short-term accommodation, can help you grow your independence and get you out and about in the community. Short-Term Accommodation is also a chance for your family and carers to relax and take a short break from their daily routine.
How we help
Our staff are highly experienced and trained to provide support to people with a wide range of disabilities and health needs. Kids and teenagers receive the support they need. They will feel included and comfortable spending time with new friends and participating in fun activities.
More than just a break from the everyday, we work with you to practice day-to-day skills to grow your independence.
Who can use our short-term accommodation services?
You can use our short-term accommodation services whether you have physical, intellectual or multiple disabilities. We provide services that are tailored to support adults, teenagers and children. You can hang out with your friends, do fun activities and learn how to do things for yourself. We have a great team who are experienced in supporting families and children.
There are a number of locations where you can access Scope’s respite services. The location that is right for you will depend on your specific needs. We will work with you to find the right respite service for you at the right time.
Scope has respite houses that are perfect for short-term visits. These houses are great for an overnight stay or a weekend visit.
programs to take part in and we’ll help tailor them to suit your location, interests and goals.
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