Apeiron homes provide individualised support to people with disability and assist in managing existing support systems. We collaborate with the participant, their family, and support coordinators to provide high-quality support and resources to assist them in achieving their objectives. The primary purpose of Apeiron homes is to provide responsive, appropriate first-class support services for people with disabilities. We work collaboratively with staff and other external stakeholders to improve service delivery.


  • Respect
  • Honesty

  • Integrity
  • Quality
  • Commitment

Apeiron homes are passionate about extending support to all the participants who could use a little help in their day-to-day lives. We believe that everyone has the right to have a fair and comfortable life, full of possibilities.

I knew where I wanted to live, close to my family, friends and my job so I started with location. It was a long process with covid striking in the middle but I had a good team and we got there. It was worth it all! I love my newfound Independance and my new home.

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About YNA

YNA is Australian owned and provides clinical services and healthcare staff to clients in the community and to health facilities nationally. We are a registered NDIS provider and have years of experience delivering care and support in the community and disability sector. YNA has capability and capacity to provide Supported Independent Living to NDIS participants throughout Australia.

We believe in the potential of everyone we support and focus on enabling you to live a fulfilled life. The key to living a great life is your health and wellbeing. Our experienced team takes the time to get to know you personally and we provide active support in partnership, enabling you to achieve your life goals and objectives.

The YNA Team

Robert Dempsey has held senior and executive positions in Australian Healthcare organisations for over 30 years and is the Executive General Manager of Torrens Health.

Robert has extensive experience in board level governance gained through his roles as Board Member and Chair at the Aged Care Industry Association (SA), Member and Chair at the Croatian, Ukrainian and Belarus Aged Care Association (St Anna’s Hostel) and Board Member at the South Australian Council on Intellectual Disabilities.

Richard Bates is the National Manager of YNA Community Programs. He is a Registered Nurse with over 20 years’ experience spanning the acute, aged and disability sectors.

His experience includes leading the growth of teams, the establishment of new services, systems and processes, and the management and leadership of diverse, multidisciplinary services.