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Supported Disability Accommodation (SDA)

What is SDA?

SDA (Supported Disability Accommodation) is part of an NDIS Plan for people who have very high support needs. It ensures that people with disability can be as independent as possible, and have their choice of housing options. With the right support, NDIS participants may be able to move into their own home, leave a group home to live independently, or leave the family home for the first time.

How do I apply for SDA?

Havelock Housing can assist you with supported disability accommodation homes. Our application form is on our website, and can be filled in by you, or a legal guardian. Your NDIS Support Coordinator should be able to help you with detailed information on what your NDIS Plan will be able to cover.

Further information

 How do I find a person to share a house with me?

When you apply for a home through Havelock Housing, our Intake Officer will talk to you about the most appropriate kind of SDA for you, including share accommodation options.

Can I adapt my current home?

You may be funded under your NDIS plan to make modifications to your current home. Talk with your Local NDIS Coordinator about the options available under the NDIS to make your home accessible.

You may be funded under your NDIS plan to make modifications to your current home. Talk with your Local NDIS Coordinator about the options available under the NDIS to make your home accessible.