How to access services

Respite

Service users wishing to access respite must:

1. Have an intellectual disability.
2. Be 16 years and over to access Elpida House in Roselands and 18+ years to access St Andrews House, Gladesville.
3. Make an appointment for an assessment and service users must physically be present at their assessment.
4. Be an Australian citizen.

For the assessment, potential service users must bring:

1. Medicare Card
2. Disability Pension Card
3. Epilepsy Management Plan (if applicable)
4. Behaviour Support Plan (if applicable)
5. Allergy Management Plan (if applicable)
6. Name and contact details of GP and other specialist medical professionals
7. Name and contact details of other day programs accessed.

To arrange an appointment for an initial assessment, please contact us.

Group Home

All requests for supported accommodation are made by contacting the ADHC regional Information and Referral Service to determine eligibility for an accommodation service under the NSW Disability Services Act 1993.

The Estia Foundation does not allocate placements. ADHC maintains one Register of Requests for Supported Accommodation.

This register includes information about the person and his or her support needs, the preferred accommodation location(s), and details of available vacancies.

For further information, please access the following information supplied by ADHC:

ADHC Supported Accomodation services

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