our services

Be supported. estara listens to your needs and supports you with informed knowledge of disability and spinal cord injury.

In-home & community services

From daily living skills and medication assistance to supported independent living, our services enable you to navigate obstacles and live more independently.

In-home and community support

Our services include:

  • Activities of daily living, including personal care
  • Complex health support
  • Medication assistance
  • 24/7 response and support
  • Support for community inclusion

Supported independent living (SIL)

Receive 24/7 support so you can focus on achieving your daily living and independence goals. We offer:

  • Supported accommodation
  • Active or passive overnight support
  • Supported daily-living routines
  • Capacity-building for independent living

In-home and community services are available locally in metropolitan Adelaide and across five regional areas.

Enjoy your day-to-day living and grow your independence with in-home and community support.

David - Client testimonial

“I used to have to ring all the time to check on [my brother]. He wasn’t having contact with anyone or even cooking for himself. estara’s in-home care has turned his life around. Now I don’t worry about him. They go absolutely beyond to support him.”

Maxine, sister of an estara Client

Specialised disability support

Our multidisciplinary teams specialise in supporting you with your spinal cord injury or related condition.

We listen to your goals and concerns, applying our combined knowledge to help you overcome barriers and ease difficulties.

Explore new possibilities for independent living with our specialist teams' innovative guidance.

“For a long time, I was not walking. Following intensive physiotherapy, including daily appointments with the physiotherapist, EO and frequent access to the activity centre, I began to take a few steps with a frame. With support, I challenged myself day by day and hour by hour.”

Shaun, estara Client

Questions about our services

The NDIS can be complicated, but our compassionate and knowledgeable team is here to help. If you are accessing the NDIS for the first time, we may be able to provide you with free support and advice, particularly if you have a spinal cord injury.

Our support coordinators can assist NDIS participants in understanding their plans, accessing the right support for them and responding to changes in circumstances.

As a benevolent organisation, we provide social impact support to people with disabilities where they may not otherwise have funding.

Enquire to learn how we can support you or provide a referral to the right support option.

You can learn more about our social impact or see our impact in the numbers in our Annual Report summaries.

Spinal cord injuries and other disabilities come with varying degrees of ability and challenges, and each injury is unique.

Our team will work with you to find practical solutions to your specific challenges. Our goal is to empower you with the guidance, skills and equipment to gain independence in every way possible.

Send an enquiry with your questions