What is Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA)?
Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) is a form of housing that is designed to enable eligible National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) participants to receive the support they need to live in the community and improve the delivery of their supports.
Participants who are eligible for SDA funding are those with extreme functional impairment or those who have very high support needs.
Specialist Disability Accommodation Investment :
( What is SDA funding? )
SDA funding is provided to cover the capital (bricks and mortar) costs of the dwelling and to support investment in high-quality Specialist Disability Accommodation Sydney dwellings and is not for person-to-person supports.
Providers will need to meet diverse participant needs in new and innovative ways. As the market develops the SDA dwellings will diversify away from group homes with shared in-home supports. It was most commonly constructed under state and territory systems, and towards newer, smaller, dwellings with innovative models of providing support to participants.