What is SDA (Specialist Disability Accommodation)?

SDA refers to accommodation for people who require specialist housing solutions, including to assist with the delivery of supports that cater for their extreme functional impairment or very high support needs. The home is planned and built so that the structure, layout and fittings are customised to enable people with disability to live as independently as possible.

Funding is only provided to a small proportion (6%) of NDIS participants with extreme functional impairment or very high support needs who meet specific eligibility criteria – successful participants are funded based on 4 categories.


These four categories and funding levels are;

To live in SDA housing you must be an NDIS participant and have approved SDA funding

How to apply for SDA funding

The SDA Process – 5 Steps for Application

Contact us to find out more about the SDA application process

In Home Support Options

People can access onsite support (through a support provider) to help as much or as little as needed to live in an SDA home.

Assistance may include;

  • Learning and using assistive technology
  • Preparing meals
  • Repositioning and transfers
  • Unplanned support and problem solving
  • Emergencies
  • Transitioning to new accomodation
  • Managing your bills

Based on the SDA housing type you can access various supports;

  • House/Unit – SIL Supports.
  • Roster of Care
  • SIL supports are main supports
  • 24/7 supports
  • Ratio dependent on support needs/client mix


  • Concierge model or SIL model
  • 1:10 ratio
  • Core supports are main supports
  • Supports under 12 hours per day

We are pleased to partner with the following organisations to deliver our Specialist Disability Accommodation:

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