Ipswich MTA&STA Facility Launch!


Ipswich MTA&STA Facility Launch!

by | Nov 15, 2021

Sunshine Coast Disability Services are proud to offer STA (Short-term accommodation) and MTA (Medium Term Accommodation) opportunities in purpose built, fully renovated facilities in our Ipswich location.

Ipswich House Two

Offering 24/7 nursing support and Doctor advisory support, our facilities are intended to support the most vulnerable of clients, whilst they await outcomes from their NDIS planned manager reviews for specialist disability accommodation or transitioning to aged care accommodation.


We aim to go above and beyond in all areas of our care to create a peaceful, harmonious and dedicated supportive space for our clients.

Our facilities also offer a tranquil haven for NDIS participants who have STA (respite) funding in their NDIS plan to access. Families and caregivers can rest assured that their loved ones’ needs will all be met with dignity and with the highest of safety standards. Our clinical team can fully support individuals in most areas of their support needs, around the clock.

Once it is time to transition to a more permanently funded home, we can provide guidance and advice around this process. With onsite transport facilities for mobility impaired clients, we are able to access the community safely.

Please contact usContact Us today to find out how we can support you and your loved one navigate their NDIS options, with peace of mind that comes from experience, expertise, and a person-centred approach.

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