What is Scope Supported Independent Living (SIL)?
Scope’s Supported Independent Living (SIL) service empowers people with disability to live more independently. With NDIS funding, people can receive Scope SIL support seven days a week in Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA). Our dedicated teams support each resident with solutions tailored to their unique needs, preferences and interests. No matter the individual, we strive to give each and every resident the room to pursue their passions and to be themselves within a nurturing environment.
Who lives in Scope Supported Independent Living (SIL) Houses?
We welcome people of all ages, genders, nationalities, and faiths. Our goal is to bring together like-minded people with related support needs.
To learn what it’s like to live in a Scope SIL house, meet two of our residents and experience their stories below.
When he’s not sketching in his notepad or relaxing with friends, you can find Ross painting abstract works in his leafy garden. Ross is an avid artist who has completed hundreds of paintings in his lifetime with the support of his family and staff. Watch the full video to learn how Scope has given Ross the room and assistance to pursue his passion for art.
Luke is perhaps one of Scope’s most conscientious residents. He likes to ensure that the house is orderly and organised by assisting
staff with timetables, chores and more. You can often discover Luke watching movies with his best friend and housemate, Alison, in the
loungeroom or hanging out in the garden. Learn how Scope has given Luke and Alison the opportunity to grow and develop in a warm
environment surrounded by dedicated support workers.