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Housing delayed and denied: NDIA decision-making on Specialist Disability Accommodation funding

In order to understand and engage with the SDA decision-making and appeals process, the Housing Hub and the Public Interest Advocacy Centre commenced a collaborative project in mid-2021, providing legal help to participants seeking reviews of NDIA decisions about SDA funding at the Administrative Appeals...
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CHPs and disability housing: an exploration of SDA

This survey report explores the participation of community housing providers (CHPs) in the disability housing market, to understand the challenges, barriers and opportunities for CHPs who are providing housing to NDIS participants that are funded for Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA).
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Support in Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) apartments

This report summarises the findings of workshops and interviews held in 2021 with NDIS participant tenants living in co-located Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA), as well as SDA and on-site shared support.
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Specialist Disability Accommodation supply in Australia: November 2021

This survey report offers insights into the Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) pipeline across Australia in 2021, and combines the survey results with the data published by the NDIA to provide the market with an estimate of forthcoming supply. This report also provides insights into the...
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Specialist Disability Accommodation provider experience survey

Anecdotal evidence provided to the Housing Hub suggests that many Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) providers are under significant financial pressure, due to ongoing uncertainties in the market, as well as challenges in dealing with the NDIA. This report provides the findings of a 2021 survey...