NDIS Short Term Accommodation FARM STAY
Cabin Retreat in Stroud, NSW
Yellowbird Wellbeing are a Registered NDIS Provider. Our short term accommodation has been designed for adults with a disability with mild to moderate standard support needs [i.e complex behaviour with behaviours of concern are not appropriate for this service]. You will be supported by our Registered Psychologist and/or Registered Occupational Therapist on our family farm. Wellbeing Coordinators are contracted at times to provide your support during your stay when required due to unavailability of Todd and/or Tracy.
All our packages include the following:
Supports and wellness plans created and overseen by our registered AHPRA Clinicians
Accommodation & Support focused on Wellness
Non active overnight support
All home cooked meals [breakfast/morning tea/lunch/afternoon tea/dinner/dessert] as part of building independent living skills
Any attended events/markets/activity costs
You can also choose a no YBW support package and bring your own carer. These packages include:
accommodation [inclusive of participant and their carer]
breakfast hamper for 2
Capacity building therapeutic farm stay program
The capacity building program experienced is delivered in a person centred way and is focused on building capacity & independent living skills for all our NDIS guests, therefore guests are encouraged to participate in the working farm. The planting & harvesting of seasonal foods on the property for the preparation and cooking of all meals and snacks, collect eggs from the chooks, tend and interact with the farm animals and participate in other farm activities, including relaxing on a hammock, chilling out in the rainforest next to running fresh water creek just to name a few ideas.
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Green Acres Farm is set in pristine privacy and by the banks of the Karuah River where we experience approximately 1.5km of wide fresh water river frontage. The resident platypus comes out to play for those lucky enough to spot him as does the resident echidna. The black cockatoos actually nest above the banks of the river, there are lots of native birds to spot, wallabies visit regularly and other visiting wildlife. Also if your lucky enough to be here at the time of year the fire flies [which are actually beetles] glow and flicker in the early evening on the farm. It is a magical sight as they sweep around the edge of the rainforest.
- we will assist you in determining if the farm stay accommodation is a good fit for your person with a disability. Please consider the following; that our support has non active overnight period [overnight support if needed can be accessed via intercom) clients/guests sleep independently in either cabin retreat or vintage van retreat on the property, they are separate to the main farm house [our family property] so therefore guests cannot exhibit or have history of behaviours of concern including any history (not limited to) sexualized behaviours or sexual offenses and/or where they wander/run away etc.