What is SDA?
What is Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA)?
Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) is designed for people with "extreme functional impairment" or "very high support needs" in line with the NDIS SDA Standards to support people to live more independently.
Is it right for you?
The NDIS takes a holistic approach to determine if SDA is the right kind of housing for you. They think about how SDA will support you to achieve your goals, if it will help you to be more independent, how it will increase your participation with your social networks and if it will give you long term benefits. They will explore a range of options with you to make sure you will get the support you need.
There are four design categories of Specialist Disability Accommodation.
A person will receive funding according to the category that meets their
We design a broad range of housing across the four SDA design
categories to find the perfect fit to the SDA funding in your NDIS plan.
Select an SDA category below to learn more.
High Physical Support
Housing that has been designed to incorporate a high level of high physical access provision for people with significant physical impairment and requiring very high levels of support.
High Physical Support SDA
Housing that has been designed to improve ‘Liveability’ by incorporating a reasonable level of physical access and enhanced provision for people with sensory, intellectual or cognitive requirements.
Improved Liveability SDA
Housing that has been designed to incorporate a reasonable level of physical access provision and be very resilient, reducing the likelihood of reactive maintenance and reducing risk.
Housing that has been designed to incorporate a high level of physical access provision for people with significant physical impairment.