Living Arrangements

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Living Arrangements


 HomeLife living arragments independent

HomeLife’s Independent Home Living 

With more people living without partners or choosing to live on their own a place to call home that is safe and connected to community is critical.

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HomeLife’s Couples Home Living

Owning your own home with a loved one that is tailor made to meet your shared needs combining safety, accessibility and adaptable to changing needs within your own community

HomeLife living arragments Compact Group

HomeLife’s Share Home Living

Specifically-designed to accommodate two or more independent adults, often friends, who want to consolidate financial resources, live together and support each other within an environment that provides companionship, sense of home, and stability.

HomeLife living arragments carer family

HomeLife’s Carer Family Home Living

Many younger seniors are the ‘sandwich generation’ caring for their older parents and often their disabled adult children and/or grandchildren.  Careful planning, consolidation of resources and good design can make all the difference to the way in which family members can move and interact in their own home. 

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HomeLife’s Young Family Home Living

All young families face challenges as the number and size of children in the household increases. When one or more of the children have physical disabilities or behavioural challenges that require specialised equipment or spaces, families can very quickly out-grow their existing home. Careful planning, good design and assistive technology can make all the difference.
HomeLife living arragments teenage family
HomeLife’s Extended Teenage Family Home Living
All teenagers need space, but young people with disabilities often need extra space! Careful planning, robust designs can provide the space everyone needs.

HomeLife living arragments Extended Family Home

HomeLife’s Extended Family Home Living

Many families recognize the value senior family members bring to multi-generational home living. The increasingly diverse cultures, in-home care supports combined with the right space design, results in achievable extended family home living at its best.

HomeLife living arragments Cluster linked

HomeLife’s Linked Cluster Home Living
Clusters of homes can be developed by working collaboratively with a group of individuals, families or housing providers that share your interests.

HomeLife living arragments Cluster detached

HomeLife’s Linked Cluster Home Living
Clusters of homes can be developed by working collaboratively with a group of individuals, families or housing providers that share your interests.

HomeLife living arragments Annex Unit

HomeLife’s Annex Unit Home Living

Living in an Annex Unit provides an opportunity for a person with a disability or in their senior years to maintain their independent living skills in their own home whilst still living nearby to family members or trusted friends, usually on the same block.

HomeLife living arragments share home

HomeLife’s Compact Group Home Living
Compact Group Homes provide safe and comfortable accommodation for groups of individuals (often 3-6 people) who are seeking to live in a ‘group home’ setting.  Compact Group Homes are usually operated by a Housing Provider providing trained, skilled and experienced staff daily, or 24/7, support services for residents. 

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