If you have high support needs, our wide range of SDA homes have your accessibility, comfort and care in mind.
Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) is NDIS funding for people with very high needs who need specialist housing.
These homes are purposefully designed with the accessible features you need to live more independently.
Depending on your funding, you can live on your own or share with others.
While Supported Independent Living (SIL) funds cover support in your home from someone like your Support Worker, SDA funds the physical home in which your services happen.
At Aruma, we have access to a wide range of SDA properties for people with very high support needs, from existing homes to new builds.
We will also provide the daily living supports you need in your new home too!
If you have high support needs, you can access a wide range of SDA properties.
All SDA homes have been carefully designed with your accessibility, comfort and care in mind. This includes accessible features to help you live more independently like Assistive Technology and Home Modifications.
In some cases, you can even use your SDA funding to purchase a new home!
For some SDA homes, you may be sharing with a few people, while others you’ll be able to live on your own. It all depends on your funding.
There are four different categories:
We can guide you through your NDIS eligibility and help you find your best housing option, from an established home to a new build.
Get in touch to find out more or view our vacancies here.
Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) will be funded separately to Supported Independent Living in your NDIS plan, as a Capital Support.
Please note: We bill in line with the NDIS Price Guide, which generally increases annually.
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