my home

A home is so much more than four walls. OC Connections understands that ‘home’ means somewhere safe, a place to truly be yourself, where how you live, and who you live with is based on personal choice and individual decisions.

Our Accommodation Services offer a range of living and support options available within our supported community homes, or within your own home.



We offer Supported Independent Living (SIL) supports within our Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) located in South-East Melbourne.

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OC Connections offer individualised support which can be provided in a person’s family home or in other accommodation within the community.

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Our three-bedroom home in Oakleigh provides respite for people with disability aged 15 – 65. It helps foster friendships and skill development in a safe environment whilst providing respite for both participants and their carers.

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We have a number of dedicated accessible housing for people with disability in South East Melbourne with Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) options.

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OC Connections have a number of accommodation vacancies available. Places exist in Hampton East, Clayton, Ashwood, Mount Waverley, Oakleigh and Oakleigh South. These are a mix of SIL/SDA and individual living options. Details are listed below and further details and applications can be made via Housing Hub (see links for each house listed). Please note, that while OC Connections manages and staffs all houses listed, some are owned by DHHS and the application process will be managed by their agency.

OC Connections Oakleigh Accommodation Redevelopment Project House For Disability Short Term Accomodation


2 bedroom vacancy in a High Physical Support group home. 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms with two shared living areas, a separate kitchen and kitchenette,two wheelchair accessible bathrooms and toilets. An undercover area at the back of the house to enjoy relaxing. This house is owned by DHHS and managed by OC Connections.

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OC Connections Oakleigh Accommodation Redevelopment Project House For Disability Short Term Accomodation


1 bedroom vacancy High Physical Support, wheelchair accessible, group home. 5 bedroom, 2 bathrooms only a short drive to Chadstone Shopping Centre or Mount Waverley Village and Monash Medical Centre. There are two shared living areas, one with a kitchenette, a separate kitchen and dining room, two bathrooms and separate toilet. An undercover area at the back of the house and raised vegetable garden beds. This house is owned by DHHS and managed by OC Connections.

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1 bedroom vacancy in this basic group home. 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom, a short walk to Chadstone Shopping Centre, Oakleigh precinct, Scotchman’s Creek Walking track and Oakleigh Recreation Centre and 5km from Monash Medical Centre. The house features a large backyard with garden and is located next door to another OC Connections managed SDA property.

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1 bedroom vacancy, Robust NDIS design category. 6-bedroom home with 2 main bathrooms used by only 3 of the residents, 2 living areas and an open plan kitchen and dining area. 2-bedroom unit coming off the lounge area with their own bathroom, occupied by two residents. A sizable outdoor space with vegetable garden and grassed area. Close to Westfield Shopping Centre with easy access to public transport (bus) and Medical One medical centre (Moorabbin). This house is owned and managed by OC Connections.

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Front of House with yellow and black brick, porch and grey fence, trees in front


1 spacious bedroom available in this SDA “improved livability home of 5 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Includes shared kitchen, dining area and two generous living spaces, plus bbq and grassed areas. Close to Huntingdale Train Station and Oakleigh Central. Overnight support is provided by way of sleepover model between 10pm and 7am.

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A vacancy exists in our Mount Waverley managed accommodation for an NDIS funded individual with in home support funding. This property is a shared living environment, with three other residents aged 46 – 55. It is suitable for housemates who want to socialise and spend time together. Supports are minimal across seven days and are shared and claimed equally.

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Our accommodation and support services help with:

  • Daily life skills such as cooking, cleaning, gardening and doing laundry
  • Developing independent living skills 
  • Community participation and engagement
  • Assistance with recreational activities
  • Support with personal care
  • Overnight support

Talk with our Community Living staff today about which of our services will suit your accessibility requirements and goals.


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