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Frequently Asked Questions for SDA Providers

The Housing Hub has compiled a list of Frequently Asked Questions to provide information for providers and those considering Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA).

Specialist Disability Accommodation – Supply in Australia reports

Each year the Housing Hub teams up with the Summer Foundation to survey the pipeline of SDA across Australia. Read the latest report.

NDIS Data

The NDIA releases data reports each quarter. Read these reports to understand the number of participants in the scheme, where they are located and funding in plans. Appendix P provides data on SDA including the number of participants with SDA and SIL supports in their plans, the SDA properties enrolled with the NDIA and participants with SDA in their plans.

SDA Design Standard

All Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) providers need to work with this standard for their future SDA development projects. 

Free Marketing Guide

A guide to help you market your property to prospective tenants or buyers.

SDA Alliance

The SDA Alliance includes many of Australia’s most committed SDA providers and investors. The Alliance aims to provide a unified voice to better support development of a diverse and sustainable SDA market.

Tenancy Matching Service

The Housing Hub offers a Tenancy Matching Service for Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) providers.

Utilising our extensive experience and networks, we can help match you to the most appropriate tenants for your SDA development.

Opportunities for housing providers on the Housing Hub

Sign up to list your properties on the Housing Hub. Feature your property or properties. Take advantage of our latest data reports. Investigate premium advertising options.

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Lisa is moving out of aged care

After living in a nursing home for about 6 years Lisa shares how it feels to be preparing to move into an SDA apartment.

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From Hospital to Home

After acquiring a brain injury Will's close-knit family worked tirelessly to get Will home to his own apartment. "He's 27, like he's not meant to be in a nursing home."

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