Respite Services: Short Term Accommodation.

Jubilee House experience

For our NDIS clients, Jubilee House is an enticing place to gain different skills such as learning to be independent and making friends, whilst having a mini holiday.

Jubilee House has daily activities: music, craft, games, Netflix nights, puzzles, and Playstation. The break-out areas give our guests plenty of room for their personal space including computer kiosks.

Friendships and connections with others build confidence, and improve communication skills.

Holiday away from home

Regular outings enables guests to enjoy the Northern Rivers natural wonders and tourist hot spots, plus the movies, cafes and BBQ picnics.

The garden in the backyard supplies fresh herbs for meals which are often cooked together by staff and guests.

A private retreat

In addition to the common areas, Jubilee House accommodates up to 6 guests with spacious, light-filled bedrooms that look out onto private gardens.

The rooms are architecturally designed for privacy, safety and made to feel like our guest’s own retreat for every visit.

Respite for Carers

If you are a carer, it is also an opportunity for you to have a break from your caring role.

Looking after someone can be very rewarding and challenging at the same time, so making time for yourself is important for your own wellbeing.

Book a tour

If you are looking for short term accommodation, that is considered a holiday house by many, that enables your loved one to make new friends, learn new life skills and go on great outings contact St Carthage’s to book a tour of Jubilee House.

Client Testimonial

“What I like about St Carthage’s the most is when I come in for Respite. I love staying in for sleep overs and getting to see all my friends and hanging out with them, and the staff too. I really like to do cooking and it makes me feel good when I cook meals for my friends.

I enjoy helping out at the Respite house with cleaning.

We go to lots of different places on outings and my favourite is going to different places for lunch.

St Carthage’s pick me up from my work place and I go to the Respite house to hang out and relax in my break times before being dropped back to work.”