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?

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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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