Caring for people with special needs
Estia provides short term overnight accommodation and permanent group-home accommodation for young adults with intellectual and physical disabilities.
Estia is a registered provider with the NDIS and provides services to NDIS participants.
Estia is also a registered charity with ACNC and endorsed as a Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) which means it can receive tax deductible donations for its charitable work.
Estia is not affiliated with Estia Health - which is an ASX listed, public company providing aged care services. Estia Health is not a registered charity or Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR).
St Andrews House
Estia has two group homes for permanent living in Gladesville, St Andrews House and Estia House. Permanent accommodation allows independence and a sense ...MORE
Elpida House in Roselands is a respite home offering short-term overnight accommodation. The respite programs are an important service for both clients and ...MORE
Estia has two group homes for permanent living in Gladesville, Estia House and St Andrews House. Both are staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and ...MORE
Lixouri House offers group home permanent living. All Group Home facilities are clean and modern with up-to-date equipment and boast professional cooks ...MORE
Architecture Australia featured Estia House, Gladesville, in their recent magazine. See the full article.
Our newest project on the waterfront in Blakehurst was surely a gift from God. The story of how this beautiful, serene property came to Estia, began almost 80 years ago.
A trust was established under the will of Caroline Milne Williams in 1939. The Will directed that the trustee hold the property on the George's River on trust, in order to convert the property into 'a convalescent home for children', to be known as 'The Kyle Williams home'.
In 2011, the Estia Foundation was approached by Mr George Bouteris, who informed Estia's Management that tenders were being called for any organisation who would be interested in using the property, situated in Blakehurst for the purpose of providing care, support and rehabilitation for children suffering from any illness or from psychological or intellectual disability. Tenders would be presented to the Supreme Court for an official ruling where the judge would examine all cases and present the verdict based on the tender that complies with the wishes of the will left by Caroline Milne Williams.
Some 30 tenders were submitted and with the assistance of James Jordan at Jordan Djundja Lawyers, the Estia Foundation was successful in its bid, with the Supreme Court ruling for Estia to obtain the waterfront land. With this land now secured, the Estia Foundation is making initial steps to fulfil its proposal and establish day programs, respite facilities and group homes on the land for children and adults with disabilities. At present, Professor Angelo Candalepas and his team at Candalepas Associates are drafting architectural plans and conducting community consultations with the aim of submitting an application for approval to commence renovation and building.
Stage One Construction
Kyle Williams home - Heritage House is currently under restoration.
Once completed this will house five individuals in permanent living in a beautiful tranquil setting.
The restoration is Stage One of the project.
When Stage One is complete Stages Two and Three will ensue.
Two cottages will be built to compliment the main house and when completed will allow Estia to offer 10 more placements for individuals with disabilities.
Estia's Easter Celebration
Estia's Easter Celebration included an Easter egg hunt, prizes for the best dancers, and lots of music, dancing and laughter.
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To support and enhance the lives of individuals of diverse backgrounds with intellectual and physical disabilities by provision of quality services and a person-centred approach.
Estia operates its services by providing care for people who are NDIS participants. To enable Estia to continue this high standard of service, Estia relies heavily on fundraising and donations.
Estia has been recognized and acknowledged by government departments, peer organisations and families in the community for its high standard of care and facilities.
Donations are tax-deductible and greatly appreciated. Please help us continue our work.