A work of the Daughters of
Charity of St Vincent de Paul
Seton Villa’s qualified staff encourage the people we support to be as independent as possible in a range of activities in the local community and further afield.
Housing & Supported Accommodation
Seton Villa operates seven supported independent living houses in Marsfield, Eastwood and North Ryde. Each house is home to our female residents who are supported to live as independently as possible by our caring and qualified staff.
Social & Community Participation
Seton Villa offers a range of fun and productive day activities designed to meet an individual’s specific needs and interests. Social and community participation can include attending a local day activity centre, working in supported employment and/or via community engagement with Seton Villa.
REGISTERED NDIS PROVIDER
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is the new way the government is funding support for people with disability, their families and carers.
Seton Villa Background
Seton Villa was founded by the Daughters of Charity of St Vincent de Paul, opening the first residence on 23 August 1966.
The Daughters of Charity are a world-wide community of women who seek and serve God by helping the poor and marginalised in the resounding spirit of humility, simplicity and charity.