ACCESSIBLE HOUSING STORIES

  • Michelle Newland

    At the age of 19, Michelle spent nearly two years in a nursing home. This is Michelle's journey to once again living independently.

  • Shane Curry

    Shane’s new apartment has enabled him to reconnect with his children.

  • James Nutt

    Choice and control: Living in his new supported accommodation is enabling James to increase his independence.

  • Margaret Mitchensen

    "This isn’t a journey I would choose for anyone…"

  • Kim McIntosh

    After 7 years in a nursing home, Kim heard about a new apartment opportunity. The rest is history.

  • Ben Parkinson

    "My apartment has given me a space I can call my own. I don't see myself as someone without choices anymore.”

  • Tanya Plint

    Tanya’s love and passionate advocacy for her husband has led to the life Simon is able to live today.

  • Grayden Moore

    This story explores Grayden’s recovery from a traumatic brain injury and the benefit of living in independent accommodation.

  • Bily Hurley

    For the first time since acquiring a brain injury, Bily has his own place and is enjoying his freedom again.

  • Sam Petersen

    Discharged to a nursing home, Sam struggled to come to terms with the fact that returning to live in her flat was unrealistic.

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BUILDING BETTER LIVES FOR YOUNG PEOPLE IN NURSING HOMES