Short-Term Accommodation (Respite)
We provide families with an opportunity to recharge and refresh. People accessing our short-stay accommodation have the opportunity to develop new friendships and enjoy fresh experiences in a safe and supportive environment.
In our homes, our qualified staff provide active support to ensure you are maximising opportunities to live a fulfilling life within your local area. You are supported in all aspects of daily living including attending appointments and sporting events and to develop and maintain social relationships.
For Short Term Stay (Respite) Bookings, please fill out the form on the right and click send
|Lonsdale Exterior||Lonsdale Bathroom|
Situated in Hampton East this 5 bedroom, 3 bathroom property has a commercial grade kitchen which is fully accessible, including height adjustable preparation benches. The house has a main lounge beside the kitchen and a second living area. This property is a ground floor residence suitable for wheelchair access including fully accessible bathrooms with hoists. The house has well-kept gardens and an outdoor entertaining area.
(Bookings available from 15th June)
|Asling Exterior||Beautifully appointed bedrooms|
Situated in Brighton this property is very secure behind a high fence, with remote gates and beautifully manicured gardens. This lovely Edwardian property was built between 1901 and 1915, then extended in 1978. It has been recently painted with well-appointed facilities. There are 5 bedrooms which have been recently fitted out with new furniture. The home comprises of two living spaces, one which is an open plan with a combined family room and kitchen together. Cooking in this well-appointed space will be fun and accessible. A second living space has been marked as a games room. The property also features two full bathrooms and a separate powder room. Asling Street is within walking distance to our Brighton Campus.
Please complete the form on the right to request a stay or contact our Short Term Accommodation Officer, Tanya Jackson, for further information
Email Tanya here or call (Mon, Tues and Wed) on 9982 1513
For other times, please contact Joanne Sellman on 0499 552 799.
Request to book here and we will contact you soon to confirm availability.
Why choose Bayley House?
- We are specialists in supporting adults with an intellectual disability
- With seven decades of experience, we continually evolve to meet ever-changing needs
- We know the NDIS
- We are a professional not-for-profit organisation – our priority is our clients
- We actively support people, using proven evidence-based practices
- We have a range of services to suit different individual’s needs and abilities
- We listen to you and support you to achieve your specific goals
- We are a fun place to be!
Please note that the following precautions are being taken at Bayley House:
Hygiene and protection
- All clients and staff temperature is taken, if 37.5C or higher entry is declined
- Increased cleaning throughout the building of all surfaces throughout the day
- Hand sanitisers used throughout the building
- Strict handwashing processes will be in place for both staff and clients
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
- Additional PPE Equipment is available for staff
- Outbreak kits available at each site
- Staff supporting clients with personal care will wear PPE
- Staff will wear PPE (masks, gloves, gowns) to support any clients that are unable to socially distance themselves.
- Training and assessment for all staff required to use PPE.
- Physical distancing of at least 1.5m for both staff and clients in place at all times or Staff will wear PPE (masks, gloves, gowns) to support any clients that are unable to socially distance themselves
- No more than one person per four square meters of floor space
Please note that we understand that some clients may take a while to get used to staff wearing PPE and to the 1.5m boundaries that we need to put in place to ensure safety for everyone in the building. We will work closely with any individual who is struggling with this.
- Entry restricted to only essential visitors
- Visitors to register at entry
- Visitors temperature is taken, if 37.5C or higher entry is declined
- Visitors asked to hand sanitise prior to moving through the building and maintain social distancing.