Short term accommodation (respite)

Our Short Term Accommodation services are a home away from home for people with a disability.

What is Short Term Accommodation and Assistance?

My Casa Short Term Accommodation replaces what used to be called respite for people with a disability.

Short Term Accommodation and Assistance can be :

  • Bridge to Care managed placement homes

  • A short stay in a house with other people

  • Additional support in your own home.

What activities will I get to do?

Our Short Term Accommodation services can give you the chance to meet new people and try new activities.

This can be seeing the latest movie, going out for a meal, going to the beach, checking out a local attraction, or playing your favourite sport.

No matter your age or tastes – there’s something for you.

What support will Bright-Path provide me?

All our properties are welcoming and well-equipped for people with a disability.

Our staff will also make sure your support needs are met.

This could include:

  • Nutrition

  • Meal planning and cooking

  • Personal care such as showering and dressing

  • Taking medication.

If you prefer not to stay in one of our properties, we can also provide support in your own home.

How long can I stay in Bright-Path’s properties?

You can stay for the day, overnight, a weekend, a holiday, or longer.

An important side note: make sure you check your respite funding

Does Bright-Path have Short Term Accommodation services for children and adults?

Yes! We have both services for children and services for adults.

This means you will be staying with others who are about the same age.