Question: How do I get SDA funding?

How do I apply for SDA funding?

To submit an application to the NDIS for SDA funding, a support coordinator and other AHPs (allied health professionals) will need to undertake an assessment and put together a housing plan. If you do not have funding for this application, you will need to request a plan review.

How is SDA funded?

Like other parts of the NDIS, SDA employs a market-based approach by allocating funding to eligible participants. A participant can use that confirmed funding to then source the supports that appeal to them from the market. The Pricing Arrangements for SDA are a summary of prices that apply to SDA under the NDIS.

What is SDA funding used for?

SDA funding is used for housing, not services or supports. It also helps to stimulate investment in high quality dwellings suitable for participants with SDA funding in their plan.

What does a SDA provider do?

Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) is the bricks and mortar capital component of disability accommodation supports funded by the NDIS. New build SDA is designed and built for the purpose of meeting the support requirements of people with extreme functional impairment or very high support needs.

Whats the difference between SDA and SIL?

Supported Independent Living (SIL) is the support or supervision of daily tasks to live independently. Supported Disability Accommodation (SDA), on the other hand, is for people with disability who have severe functional impairment or highly complex support needs that require specialist housing alternatives.

What does SDA approval mean?

Specialist Disability Accommodation 5. Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) is a physical bricks and mortar building approved by the NDIA as eligible for SDA payments. It is for people who need daily in-home support for their very high physical support or safety needs. SDA is the home a person lives in.

Who pays for SDA housing?

SDA payments are made by the NDIS to SDA providers for the cost of housing a person with an extreme functional impairment or very high support needs. The payment is for the actual property (bricks and mortar), and is paid in addition to other supports in the persons NDIS Plan.

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