About

Disability Apartments Melbourne

Professional Care You Can Trust

Introducing Australia’s first complete Disability Housing Solution EMPOWERED LIVEABILITY

EMPOWERED LIVEABILITY has a solution for everyone.

EMPOWERED LIVEABILITY combines many years experience within Disability Service Provision, Aged Care, Mental Health, Community Services, Housing, Finance, Property Management and Property Strategy. This foundation enables the team to bring our client’s, the best living solution’s, project managed, from start to finish. We work as the Accommodation Partners for providers and tenants looking for living solutions in specialist disability accommodation.

ABOUT US

ABOUT OUR ACCOMODATION

Our SDA funded properties are set on large blocks in various locations around Australia and are considered equivalent to large luxury homes. We believe that there should be no more than 3 participants per home.

WHO WE WORK WITH

Empowered Liveability takes pride in working with carers, participants, NDIA planners, case managers, builders, developers and project managers. This is how Empowered Liveability meticulously creates a living solution that changes lives!

OUR LOCATIONS

Currently our homes are throughout Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth. If you are a care provider in other cities or states, we welcome you to contact us to build specific housing for your participants. We have the funding available for the required builds.

LIVE ON YOUR TERMS

DID YOU KNOW- There are currently thousands of Australian’s living in unsuitable disability accommodation with over 6,000 under 65’s living in Aged Care?

28,000 people will qualify for Specialist Disability Housing, but there is a huge shortage of SDA approved housing, with most organisations concentrating on apartments.

We are working to fix the accommodation crisis amongst young people with disabilities by building luxury homes with the dignity and freedom people deserve- complete with pets, gardens and room for support staff to have their own space where required. We build home’s, not workplaces.