Short Term Accommodation (respite)

Carinbundi has two welcoming and well-equipped short-term accommodation (respite) properties providing a home-away-from-home experience. We have accommodation for people with a disability to stay for a day, overnight, or a weekend. Our Short-Term Accommodation (respite) Lodges are designed specifically - one for children, and another for adults – so visitors are staying with others within their age group.

If a crisis or emergency should happen to a family, Carinbundi is able to help with emergency support.

Sometimes Carers need a break....

That’s why we’re here - to help you, and ensure your loved one gets the best care and support possible.

Carinbundi believes that families deserve to be nurtured and supported through challenging circumstances and that short-term accommodation can help sustain a healthy and strong family environment. We believe that families and individuals should be involved in the decision-making process for 'respite' care. Carinbundi Disability Short Term Accommodation is a person-centred service supporting people to live life the way they choose. This service is offered for individuals from birth to 65 years of age.

We will work with you and your loved one to develop an individualised personal plan, taking into account factors such as cultural background, medical and personal history, physical needs, and preferences for activities. Our staff will ensure each person's individual diet, health, education, and recreation needs are met throughout their stay.

Short term accommodation is also a fantastic experience for people with a disability, giving them a chance to meet new people and try new activities.

Carinbundi staff are friendly, respectful and appropriately skilled to offer dignified short-term accommodation (respite) to people with a disability, and their carers. Their compassion offers real peace of mind, and means those who need to can take a break without guilt, fear or concern. Carinbundi Short Term Accommodation aims to support the maintenance of the relationship between the family and the person with a disability through the provision of regular away-from-home care.


Respite House