Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA)
What is Specialist Disability Accommodation?
Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) is a range of housing designed for people with very high needs.
SDA homes are constructed to be more accessible for you. They enable better or safer delivery of other supports you may need. SDA usually involves a shared home with a small number of other people.
It’s easy to get SDA and Supported Independent Living (SIL) confused, as both supports aim to help people live independently. But while SIL is about supports, SDA funding is provided to cover the capital (bricks and mortar) costs of the dwelling.
Read our Easy Read brochure here.
What Type of Support is Provided?
Finding the right fit for you is important. Things to consider include how close it is to suitable transport options, whether it is close to your friends, family, or employment, and if the location suits your lifestyle.
Finding and successfully applying for an SDA can be a daunting task, so a Specialist Support Coordinator is an invaluable resource.
Currently using another NDIS provider? You can choose to change providers at any time, as long as you follow the notice periods in your service agreement.
Where is Specialist Disability Accommodation in My Plan?
Specialist Disability Accommodation is available to you if it appears in your NDIS plan under CAPITAL Supports.
Where Is This Service Offered?
Specialist Disability Accommodation is currently available across metropolitan Adelaide. View our office locations here.
Do You Provide Other NDIS Services?
We sure do! Head to our services page to explore all of our supports.