SDA Frequently Asked Questions

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SDA Frequently Asked Questions

What is Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA)?

The term SDA can be used to describe a type of funding or payment provided by the NDIS as well as a type of housing for a small percentage of people with disability who have very high support needs and/or extreme functional impairment.

Here are some frequently asked questions on Specialist Disability Accommodation.

Common questions

Can't find SDA that suits you?

Sign up here and create a Housing Hub profile. Enter information about what you are looking for. If a home gets listed that matches what you're looking for, the Housing Hub will let you know!

Questions about Specialist Disability Accommodation?

Call our SDA Housing Advice line

1300 61 64 63

For people with disability, families, and supporters. Monday – Friday 10.00am – 3.00pm AEDT. You can also email us anytime at housingoptions@housinghub.org.au.

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Moving out of a nursing home

If you’re a person with disability living in a nursing home, or a group home, it can be really hard to imagine moving somewhere else. This resource shares stories from people with disability who have moved out a nursing home.

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Tenancy Matching Service

The Housing Hub team offers a tenancy matching service for Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) providers. Using our extensive experience and networks, we can help match you with the most appropriate tenants for your development.

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Resources for Support coordinators

At the Housing Hub, we want to work with you to achieve the best possible housing outcomes for the participants you are supporting. Here is a collection of resources and information to help.