What We Provide – Belong2018-11-08T20:29:45+00:00

We make a house a home with active support to foster social relationships and participation in household management.
Our accommodation services support 43 residents to live fulfilling lives in Melbourne’s Bayside suburbs.
Living options
We are all part of the digital generation and using technology well is vital for individuals with limited communication.
Not just houses, our homes are spaces where individuals are actively encouraged and supported within the community.
Residents help plan and prepare meals and participate in all aspects of household management while being supported by our trusted and qualified support staff.
Staff assist residents in getting ready for the day, household chores, laundry, food preparation, shopping, transport, using public transport, getting out in the community (to sporting events or the movies for example), attending appointments and all aspects of life.
These homes are centres of independence as residents develop life skills such as respecting each other’s rights, teamwork and interacting with the local community.
For enquiries about our houses call 03 9982 1500 or email accommodation@bayleyhouse.org.au
Short stay accommodation
Caring for a person with an intellectual disability is a rewarding and yet sometimes overwhelming experience. We understand the need for individuals and carers to take a break from time to time.
We provide individuals and carers with an opportunity to recharge and refresh. Individuals in our short-stay accommodation have the opportunity to develop new friendships and enjoy fresh experiences in a safe and supportive environment.
We cater for a variety of individual needs and durations of stay, from a few nights to a few weeks. Bookings are essential. Call 03 9982 1500 or email shortstay@bayleyhouse.org.au
Future housing
We are working closely with community-based and business partners to develop housing to meet ever-evolving community living needs.
Transport
Our fleet of cars and minibuses ensures easy access to all that life and our surrounding region has to offer. Each of our residential homes has a vehicle, and our door-to-door transport service is highly valued by the people we support.
Mary is a confident, happy and well-rounded young woman. She has truly blossomed since joining Bayley House four years ago and lives in one of our supported accommodation homes.
MARY HAS BEEN A BAYLEY HOUSE PARTICIPANT FOR 8 YEARS.
Moving out of home is a huge step and even more so when you have an intellectual disability. With the support of Bayley House, Mary’s confidence has grown. She now enjoys great independence and her naturally bubbly personality shines brightly. Mary has a thirst for knowledge and a natural curiosity which is extremely engaging.
Mary has made lots of strong friendships. Mary is very smart and a champion in our literacy program. She always has word-find books in her bag, she has a great memory and an even better sense of humour. She regularly makes up jokes: Q: “What type of saw can’t be used for wood?” Answer: “A dinosaur!”
Mary’s artwork has featured in local exhibitions and she is very involved in our kitchen garden where she is keen to promote a healthy fresh diet. Mary is involved in every enterprise and activity she can be and her wit and bright personality help make Bayley House the special place it is.

We make a house a home with active support to foster social relationships and participation in household management.

Our accommodation services support 43 residents to live fulfilling lives in Melbourne’s Bayside suburbs.

Living options
We are all part of the digital generation and using technology well is vital for individuals with limited communication.

Not just houses, our homes are spaces where individuals are actively encouraged and supported within the community.

Residents help plan and prepare meals and participate in all aspects of household management while being supported by our trusted and qualified support staff.

Staff assist residents in getting ready for the day, household chores, laundry, food preparation, shopping, transport, using public transport, getting out in the community (to sporting events or the movies for example), attending appointments and all aspects of life.

These homes are centres of independence as residents develop life skills such as respecting each other’s rights, teamwork and interacting with the local community.

For enquiries about our houses call 03 9982 1500 or email accommodation@bayleyhouse.org.au

Short stay accommodation

Caring for a person with an intellectual disability is a rewarding and yet sometimes overwhelming experience.

We understand the need for individuals and carers to take a break from time to time.

We provide individuals and carers with an opportunity to recharge and refresh. Individuals in our short-stay accommodation have the opportunity to develop new friendships and enjoy fresh experiences in a safe and supportive environment.

We cater for a variety of individual needs and durations of stay, from a few nights to a few weeks. Bookings are essential. Call 03 9982 1500 or email shortstay@bayleyhouse.org.au

Future housing
We are working closely with community-based and business partners to develop housing to meet ever-evolving community living needs.
Transport
Our fleet of cars and minibuses ensures easy access to all that life and our surrounding region has to offer. Each of our residential homes has a vehicle, and our door-to-door transport service is highly valued by the people we support.

HOW TO JOIN BAYLEY HOUSE

Call us on 03 9982 1500 or email contactus@bayleyhouse.org.au to arrange a meeting and tour of our Brighton campus.

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Mary is a confident, happy and well-rounded young woman. She has truly blossomed since joining Bayley House four years ago and lives in one of our supported accommodation homes.

MARY HAS BEEN A BAYLEY HOUSE PARTICIPANT FOR 8 YEARS

Moving out of home is a huge step and even more so when you have an intellectual disability. With the support of Bayley House, Mary’s confidence has grown. She now enjoys great independence and her naturally bubbly personality shines brightly. Mary has a thirst for knowledge and a natural curiosity which is extremely engaging.

Mary has made lots of strong friendships. Mary is very smart and a champion in our literacy program. She always has word-find books in her bag, she has a great memory and an even better sense of humour. She regularly makes up jokes: Q: “What type of saw can’t be used for wood?” Answer: “A dinosaur!”

Mary’s artwork has featured in local exhibitions and she is very involved in our kitchen garden where she is keen to promote a healthy fresh diet. Mary is involved in every enterprise and activity she can be and her wit and bright personality help make Bayley House the special place it is.