Short Term Accommodation / Respite
Our experienced and trauma-informed support staff are available around the clock to ensure your comfort and well-being.
NDIS Theraputic Supports Provider
At Pathways to Mental Health, we are dedicated to providing you with a nurturing and rejuvenating experience that supports your well-being. Our short-term accommodation (STA) and respite offerings are designed to offer a unique and tailored escape, surrounded by the serene beauty of a farm setting and the therapeutic presence of nature and farm animals. Each respite stay is a personalised journey, crafted with your individual growth and development goals in mind.
Your stay at our farm-based accommodation is a all inclusive experience, enriched with a wide range of options and features:
Once your plan manager has approved your quote, we’ll work closely with you to plan the ideal stay that aligns with your goals. Our STA Coordinator will be there to provide ongoing support, ensuring your expectations are not only met but exceeded throughout your stay.
Funding for STA and Respite:
Our boutique-style two-bedroom accommodation, nestled in the picturesque hills of Mclean’s Ridges, NSW, offers a spacious and wheelchair-accessible environment for your relaxation. Each room is thoughtfully appointed, including 2 king single beds in one room and a double bed in the other. We can also provide fully adjustable beds, hoists, and other equipment as needed.
The accommodation boasts a comfortable lounge/dining area, a fully-equipped kitchen with a dishwasher, and a generous alfresco space with delightful farm animal views. For a smoke-free environment, designated smoking areas are conveniently located. We are also pet-friendly for support dogs and offer a fully enclosed garden.
To make your stay even more enjoyable, we provide high-speed Wi-Fi, access to Netflix, and a full supply of art materials. Your well-being and comfort are our top priorities, and we look forward to providing you with a rejuvenating experience like no other.
Farm Cottage Gallery (click on photos to enlarge)