Welcome to the Summer Foundation
NDIS Quality and Safeguards Compliance
We understand that residential aged care (RAC) facilities who accomodate NDIS participants are facing growing compliance costs following the introduction of Quality and Safeguards registration, along with the associated ongoing reporting requirements.
Staff in RACs tell us that they want to see younger residents able to live more independently in the community.
Summer Foundation can help by supporting NDIS Participants living in your facility to move out into the community.
We understand RAC facilities are not resourced or funded to undertake this complex and time consuming role.
We have supported 640 people with disability to move into homes that meet their needs and preferences over the past 4 years.
How our service coordinators could support your RAC facility
We support RAC facilities by connecting NDIS participants living in that facility to one of our dedicated service coordinators.
The service coordinator works intensively with each NDIS participant (and their family) to establish the housing needs and preferences, then form and execute a plan to achieve that housing goal.
Supported every step of the way by a dedicated service coordinator, from the start to the finish of their housing journey.
This service is funded partly by the NDIS (support coordination) and partly philanthropically.
RAC providers are not charged for this service.
Service coordinators draw on the range of services and programs offered by Summer Foundation along with our expert knowledge of the disability sector, housing sector and the NDIS.
Contact us to arrange a conversation to explore how our service could support your RAC facility.
Call us on 1300 626 560
Email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
We are committed to supporting RACs
We have a range of resources and services to support young people with disability move out of RAC facilities and into age appropriate housing.
Our Service Coordinators draw on these Summer Foundation resources and services to support young people in RAC facilities move back with the required support into the community.