Short-stay accessible accommodation in the heart of Adelaide
U City’s Accessible Serviced Apartments offer purpose-built accommodation for people with disability.
The brand new, one-, two- and three- bedroom self-contained accessible apartments, located in Adelaide’s bustling market district provide a brand new accommodation option for those looking to stay in the heart of the city.
Whether you’re heading to Adelaide for a short holiday or medical appointment, or you require Short Term Accommodation & Assistance (STAA), U City’s Accessible Serviced Apartments could be what you’re looking for. STAA was previously known as respite, prior to the introduction of the NDIS.
Each apartment is fitted with different accessible features, so you can select the most appropriate apartment based on your individual needs, including;
- wide doors and passages
- step-free thresholds and shower cubicles
- quarter-turn taps, bathroom rails and shower commodes
- motorised doors and blinds
- lifter tracks and functional beds
- height adjustable ensuite basins and kitchen benches
- wheel-under hot plates and kitchen sink
- dimmer lights and touch lamps
- concierge assist button
- accessible basement parking
Short Term Accommodation and Assistance (STAA)
Previously known as respite, prior to the introduction of the NDIS, STAA is a great experience for people living with disability to try new activities, experiences and meet new friends. It also lets parents and carers to take a temporary break from routine.
Located close to public transport, hospitals, shopping precincts, health services and vibrant dining and entertainment precinct, our brand-new apartments offer access to a range of activities in a safe and unique environment.
We cater for adolescents and adults with a variety of disability and support needs, including high-physical support needs.
U City’s Accessible Serviced Apartments are perfectly located to enjoy:
- inner-city living
- local shopping, entertainment and tourist attractions
- local accessible care
STAA is an NDIS funded service. If you are eligible for the NDIS, you can speak to your planner about including it in your plan. If you are eligible, it won’t cost you anything.