Short-term Accommodation STA

Short-term accommodation STA is funded support within your NDIS plan that allows you to stay away from your usual home for up to 28 days per year. This can be in various settings, including respite care facilities, hotels, or accessible holiday rentals.

Medium-term Accommodation MTA

MTA is funded support within your NDIS plan that allows you to stay away from your usual home for up to 90 days per year. It’s typically used when your permanent housing is being modified or built and you need temporary accommodation.

Transitioning from Hospital

Transitioning from hospital to your long-term housing can be a challenging process, especially when facing recovery or ongoing care needs. At Myxa, we understand this delicate phase and offer a supportive bridge to ease your journey.

Our STA and MTA options provide a safe, comfortable, and accessible environment while your permanent home is being prepared. With personalised care plans and access to our dedicated team of professionals, we ensure your individual needs are met, fostering a smooth and stress-free transition. Whether you require assistance with daily living activities, medication management, or emotional support, Myxa becomes your temporary haven, promoting healing, independence, and a positive outlook as you prepare for your next chapter in your recovery.

Our homes feature 24/7 care and support making sure your stay is not just safe but also comfortable. Whether it’s for a few days or a few weeks, we’re here to make sure you feel right at home.

Wheelchair Accessibility

Homes with accessible features to ensure easy mobility.

Adapted Bathrooms

Bathrooms modified for safety and convenience.

Comfortable Living

Spacious and well-equipped living spaces for a pleasant stay.

Flexible Duration

Whether you need one weekend or a few days, our accommodations are available for the time you need.


Frequently Asked Questions

The differences between STA and MTA are:

  • Length of stay: STA is for up to 28 days, MTA for up to 90 days. You can choose to take all your allocated funding days in one stay or break them up over multiple stays, the choice is yours
  • Reason for stay: STA is more flexible for various reasons, including respite and trying new living arrangements. MTA is primarily for temporary relocation while permanent housing is being prepared. For instance, if you have been discharged from hospital and your permanent residency needs modifications made before you can return home
  • Type of accommodation: Both cover similar settings, but MTA may also include rental properties and supported living environments

Your NDIS plan will specify if you have been approved for STA or MTA. You do not need to be approved for STA if you have MTA approval and vice versa. You only need approval for the type of accommodation you want to access.

Medium Term Accommodation (MTA):

While MTA offers flexibility, stays are typically capped at 90 days. This is because it’s designed as a temporary housing solution while you await a more permanent living arrangement. However, if you have unforeseen circumstances that require a longer stay, you can request an extension from the NDIS. Be prepared to provide documentation explaining the reason for the extension and any potential impact on your transition to your permanent housing.

Short Term Accommodation (STA):

STA offers a shorter stay window, typically 28 days. This is ideal for situations like temporary breaks from your usual living environment or short-term support needs. The good news is you have flexibility within that timeframe. You can use all your allocated days at once for a longer stay or spread them out across multiple visits, depending on your needs.

One-bedroom apartments: These provide a private space with a bedroom, ensuite bathroom, and kitchenette for a more independent living experience.

Studio apartments: Our studios offer a cozy and functional living space with a combined bedroom and living area, along with a private bathroom and kitchenette.

For personal care needs, due to insurance requirements, you’ll be supported by our qualified Myxa disability support workers. This ensures we can deliver the highest standard of care and meet all necessary safety protocols.
However, for other support services such as community access or assistance with household tasks, you have more flexibility. You’re welcome to choose a disability support worker you’re familiar with, as long as they are registered and qualified to provide the specific services you require.

We’re happy to discuss your individual needs and help you navigate these options during your stay.

We appreciate as much notice as possible when booking your stay with us. This allows us to ensure we have the accommodation type and support services available to best meet your needs.

However, we understand that unforeseen circumstances may arise. In these cases, we will do our best to accommodate emergency bookings for MTA/STA stays, depending on availability.

Our cancellation policy for accommodation follows the guidelines set out by the NDIS. Here’s a breakdown:

  • More than 14 days’ notice: No cancellation fees are applied
  • Between 7 and 14 days’ notice: Up to 50% of the total cost of your stay may be charged
  • Less than 7 days’ notice or no-show: You may be charged the full cost of your stay

Please note: These are general guidelines, and specific circumstances may be considered. We recommend contacting us directly to discuss your situation and explore any potential options.


Absolutely! We encourage you to get a feel for Myxa Manor before booking your stay. We offer personalized tours where you can see our one-bedroom and studio apartments, along with all the facilities we have to offer.
Simply head over to our website and book a tour at your convenience. We’ll be happy to show you around!