Transitional Accommodation Program

Your journey from hospital to home.

Brightwater Marangaroo provides a place where you can stay straight after hospital and receive the support you need. We will help you work towards the goal of moving back into the community.

There are 23 bedrooms across four houses, and every bedroom has its own ensuite bathroom. Accessible paths and green courtyards connect the four houses, so you can move freely and enjoy the outdoors.

There is an onsite cook making all your meals, and you can enjoy your meals with the company of others in the shared dining areas. Plus there are activities and special events that you can take part in.

You will have 24/7 access to supportive nurses and care workers, and on weekdays there are allied health staff to support you.

Our team will be with you at every step of your journey, to make sure you feel comfortable and at home.

Contact us today

For more information on the transitional accommodation program at Brightwater Marangaroo, call 1300 223 968.

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To be eligible, you will need to be:

  • Referred from a Perth metropolitan public hospital
  • Medically ready for discharge from hospital
  • Working towards the goal of moving into community living with supports
  • Aged 16 - 65 years
  • Eligible for funding through the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) or other funding

Frequently asked questions

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  • What types of disability does Brightwater specialise in?

    Brightwater supports people with complex disabilities, including neurological, cognitive, psychosocial and physical disabilities.

    We are an innovator in the area of acquired brain injury rehabilitation, and also provide specialist supported accommodation and services for people living with Parkinson's disease and Huntington's disease.

  • What funding can I access if I have a disability?

    If you meet the requirements, you may be able to access funding from the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). For more information, visit our Fees & Funding page.

  • What happens if I am not eligible for the NDIS?

    If you are not eligible for NDIS funding, you may be able to access funding from other sources or self-fund your services.

    Give us a call on 1300 223 968 to discuss your options.