We pride ourselves on providing high quality Disability Services, including Supported Independent Living (SIL) and Short Term/Respite Accommodation. We assist our residents with daily tasks, life skills, empower and assist them to gain independence. Our home is spacious, comfortable, welcoming and sociable. We have experienced, skilled and caring staff that provide regular fun activities, to ensure that there is always something to look forward to at Myhome@greystanes!
Our vision is to provide a person-centred accommodation and high quality service that is homely, safe and fun. Myhome@greystanes offers Supported Independent Living and Short Term Accommodation for people aged 17-65 years of age, we also offer other services for people with a disability of any age group. We want this to be a place participants are proud to call home.
Our team has a diverse background in industries that involve helping others, these include qualifications and experience in disability, nursing and healthcare. We are providing our participants with highly skilled and knowledgeable staff who are enthusiastic about empowering, self determination and supporting individual growth.
We want to make a difference in the lives of our participants by enhancing their potential and bringing joy and excitement into their everyday lives. Our goal is to empower individuals to allow them to thrive!
You won't find a more inviting and homely Supported Independent Living accommodation with professional staff anywhere but at Myhome@greystanes.
Do you or your carer need a break? Experience something different from being at home and try something new and exciting. Meet new people, socialise and take part in regular fun activities!
For every participant is a plan – this plan is given to us when a participant joins our family and we happily develop this plan from ideas, to goals and into an action plan.
If you are a carer and need a helping hand or a break at home, our Support Workers can come to your home and assist you.
Our staff can assist with participant's Travel and Transport needs. This includes Travel training and driving participant's to their appointments or functions.
We want to include our participants in community activities, events and outings. We can also provide Innovative Social inclusion in the community.
Our staff can assist you to with Personal Activities such as meal preparation, feeding, dressing and showering.
We can provide education and guidance to Develop Life Skills, such as reading, writing, travel training and money management.
We can provide you with support to attend to Household Tasks, such as cooking, cleaning, gardening and basic housekeeping.
Our home has been newly acquired & furnished with one goal in mind: to create an environment where anyone would feel at home.
Our home features:
We have created a team of Support Workers, who are highly skilled and committed to improving lives. This team combined has a range of education that includes:
-Certificates 3 and 4 in Disability
-Certificates in Aged care
-Registered Nurses from overseas
-Registered Nurse students
- Social Work students
- Midwifery students
Our Support Workers are looking forward to meeting you.
Anna-Marie originally got into the disability sector because she is a strong advocate for human rights and self-empowerment/improvement. She is an experienced Manager in Disability services with over 20 years experience, working in group homes, community access, home care services and day programs. Anna-Marie enables participants to reach their goals with determination and innovative thinking.
Tiffany is a Registered Nurse with over 12 years experience working in a large public Sydney based hospital. She has a strong passion for helping others, improving quality of life and takes pride in the high quality services she provides. She aspires to bring nursing standards into disability, that is higher levels of education, training and professionalism. It is her vision to empower individuals and create person-centred disability services that improves lives.