Exciting New Accommodation Initiative for People with a Brain Injury
In conjunction with East Coast Granny Flats, CRANES is excited to announce a brand new accommodation initiative to support Australians. Square Nests have built two new homes for people with a brain injury or people who may be looking to live independently with the benefit of bespoke support to do so. This is a bespoke supported living arrangement in a tranquil and serene setting near Iluka in the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales, 60 kilometres north of Grafton.
The first stage of the Square Nests project will provide two houses, each on one acre of land providing permanent and affordable accommodation for up to two people. A separate guest room is provided on site for additional support people or family and friends guest stays. Each tenant can expect to share a kitchen and lounge roomand will have their own bedroom, ensuite and balcony. Fully fenced and landscaped perfectly to start your permaculture project, our Square Nests homes will be ready for CRANES first customers by December 2018.
The support provided to each tenant will be tailored specifically to the individual, which will include the additional support of a robot that can be programmed to support each person with things such as memory and routine. CRANES would like to hear from anyone who wishes to learn more about this exciting new initiative for Australia and the Clarence Valley.
CRANES are now accepting applications. Please contact the Accommodation Manager, Cheryl Kirby at firstname.lastname@example.org, call (02) 6642 7257 or (0434) 814 331. For more information, visit www.cranes.org.au/accommodation-services