Getting around the Housing Hub

How to navigate your way around the Housing Hub

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Getting around the Housing Hub

The Housing Hub is a website that advertises properties for people with disabilities.

Getting around the Housing Hub is easy! Choose a location and whether you want to rent or buy, enter your support and accessibility needs and lifestyle preferences. Then search through the listings.

If you find something you like, contact the housing provider directly through the Housing Hub.

Create your Housing Hub profile!

1. Sign up to create your profile

2. Add your personal details (All information you give us will be kept as it says in our Privacy Policy.)

3. Add your current living arrangements

4. Add your housing preferences

5. Add your independence and support needs

6. You're ready to find your match on the Housing Hub

When you tell us things about you, it’s important that you know how we may use that information. It's all spelt out in our Privacy Policy.

Creating a profile is up to you. You can still use this website without giving us information. Any information you give will be used to help you find a new property. 

Sign up here.

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Listing Snapshot

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OT Resources

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Housing Options Online Learning Package

With the NDIS, people with disability have more choices about where they live and who they live with. In this online learning package the video chapters talk about housing choices, including specialist disability accommodation (SDA).