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Individualised Living Options (ILO) is a form of support that assists people living with disability to remain in their chosen home environment in a way that best suits their needs.

ILO support is exactly as the name suggests, individualised assistance that can include a combination of informal and formal supports that meets the participant’s needs. This may include a mixture of supports from family and friends and formal scheduled supports with CatholicCare. Supports may include:

  • Help to make decisions like where you want to live and supports you need to make that happen and other day-to-day decisions
  • Personal care
  • Assistance to set up and manage your own home
  • Help to build your independence and to build and maintain connection with others
  • Support to manage your emotions or behaviour
  • Unpaid informal supports like neighbours or carers who help you on a regular basis
  • Support from CatholicCare who you call to help you when you need it (on-call)
  • Training for the people who support you … and more.

There is further information about ILO supports on the NDIS site here.

For more information:
P: (02) 9488 2500
E: disabilityfutures@catholiccaredbb.org.au


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