One Life NQ – Specialised Accommodation, Accessible Transportation & Support Services Mackay
OneLife NQ (formerly MDSIA) is ideally suited to those requiring accommodation as well as support staff, and transport. WIth 5 bedrooms and three bathrooms, the property caters to all disability types.
OneLife NQ is a local organisation in the Mackay region. The organisation specialises in providing personalised services to people with a spinal cord injury, and other disabilities independently at home and or at their specialised place of residence Myrtles Place.
OneLife NQ has a specialised accommodation building that aims to cater for individuals with disabilities, mainly those who have spinal injuries and physical disabilities called Myrtles Place. The house is equipped with a system of lights and buzzers for any residents to attract the help of the staff at any time. Everything from the kitchen, laundry, bedrooms, floors and amenities have been designed so that a person with a spinal injury or physical disability can access and relearn how to look after themselves. 5 bedrooms and three bathrooms on offer.
Summary of accessible features:
- Electric Bed
- Roll-in shower
- Shower chair
- Grab rails
- All level access
At OneLife NQ we have two wheelchair accessible vehicles for clients to use. Their vehicles can be used to get to appointments, social events, church and/or shopping.
OneLife NQ understands that everyone feels better when they’re connected with their families and their communities. For some, this might be going to the shops every week and for others, it might be going out to being social, connecting with friends and/or learning a new skill. OneLife NQ can support you to live an exciting life with a little help from their lifestyle facilitators.
Distance to nearest hospital: Mackay Base Hospital | 475 Bridge Road MACKAY QLD 4740 (1.0km from the property)
Contact OneLife NQ via the enquiry form on this page.
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