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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!

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Housing Provider Sign Up

You can quickly and easily become a Housing Provider on the Housing Hub and advertise your properties.

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Are you eligible for SDA?

The Housing Hub Team works in a number of ways to support people with disability to reach their goals of living more independent lives.

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OT Resources

OTs play a critical role in facilitating great outcomes for people with disability. We have compiled some information and resources to support you in your work.