What is SDA
Our guide to the SDA, NDIS and how to know if you’re eligible for funding to live in our specialist disability accommodation in Sydney.
Some people with very high needs require special accommodation that enables them to receive the support they need. The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) refers to this as Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA).
SDA is not housing for all people with a disability; it only caters for those that need a specialist housing solution.
Participants who are assessed as needing SDA as part of their reasonable and necessary supports will receive funding to cover the costs of SDA.
The SDA program is intended to improve the choice and control over housing options for people with disability. This funding is made available through the National Disability Insurance Scheme and is included in a person’s with disability “participants plan”.
Our customers eligible for this funding have extreme functional impairment and/or very high support needs. Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) is housing for people for with a disability who need a home that caters for your high physical support needs. The SDA program aims to improve your choice and control over housing options.