What is STA?

Short Term Accommodation (STA)

Short Term Accommodation (STA) which used to be called “respite”, is support for when you need to have a short stay away from your home at another home and this is available for you or your carers.

Short Term Accommodation includes:

STA can be used for up to a maximum of 28 days per year in your NDIS plan.

STA at uCare iCare

There is no place like a uCare iCare home for a short term stay which gives you an opportunity to meet new people, try new things and opportunity to get some rest and relaxation whilst also allowing your carers to have a break from their caring role too.

You can stay for a day, overnight or for a weekend or longer, it’s up to you.

We have a number of activities that may interest you like going to a movie, going out for dinner, going to the beach or playing your favourite sport. We can let you know about local activities in your area as well that you may like to participate in.

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FAQs

What are the types of home & living supports provided by uCare iCare?

Explore all of our home & living supports as well as our vacant homes here, ready for you or your loved ones to move in and receive care from us.

How many bedrooms and bathrooms are available in the homes provided by uCare iCare?

Our renovated 4-bedroom house can accommodate 3 individuals, with 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms (2 with an ensuite) ready for you or your loved ones in top conditions that exceed expectations.

How many days of Respite Care is generally funded at a time?

Respite care is funded for up to 14 days. If you wish to receive care for a longer duration than that, uCare iCare provides a temporary housing solution of longer-term arrangements, you can get support under the Medium Term Accommodation (MTA) or the Supported Independent Living (SIL).