Specialist Disability Accommodation Campbelltown

P home care provides SDA housing, Short Term Specialist Accommodation, Supported Independent Living, Drop In-Home Support.

Our brand new purpose-built homes with modern design features situated in fantastic locations are now within your reach between Liverpool hospital and Campbelltown hospital.

Philips Home care is a registered NDIS provider and we offer 24/7 on-site care and we are leading Disability Housing Provider for People with an Intellectual Disability.  We are providing Group Supported Living for High-Care Individuals in our wheelchair Accessible SDA Accommodation in Leumeah, NSW.

What is Specialist Disability Accommodation Campbelltown?

Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) refers to accommodation that receives special funding from the NDIS and is for participants who have extreme functional impairment or very high support needs.

The aim of SDA is to provide people with a disability with accommodation that is designed to meet their individual needs and enable them to live as independently as possible. SDA can be provided in a range of different settings, including group homes, shared accommodation, and independent living units.

SDA housing is funded through the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), and is available to people with a permanent and significant disability who meet the eligibility criteria for SDA funding.

What is SDA funding?

SDA funding is paid directly by the NDIA to SDA providers. SDA funding is for the cost of the home or building you live in. You will usually still need to pay rent or other personal costs to live in SDA. The services or support you might get in that home are not included in your SDA funding.

The aim of SDA funding is to enable people with disability to live in accommodation that is tailored to their individual needs and enables them to live as independently as possible. SDA funding can be used to cover the cost of building, purchasing, or modifying housing to meet the specific needs of the person with disability.

There are several different types of SDA funding, including:

  1.   Capital funding: This type of funding is provided to cover the cost of building or purchasing new accommodation that is specifically designed to meet the needs of people with disability.
  2.   Refurbishment funding: This type of funding is provided to cover the cost of modifying existing accommodation to make it suitable for people with disability.
  3.   Ongoing support funding: This type of funding is provided to cover the ongoing support costs associated with providing specialist disability accommodation, such as support workers, equipment and technology, and maintenance.

To be eligible for SDA funding, an individual must have a disability that is permanent and significantly affects their ability to perform activities of daily living. They must also have an NDIS plan and be assessed as eligible for SDA funding by the NDIS.

The amount of SDA funding provided will depend on the individual’s needs and circumstances, as well as the availability of suitable accommodation in their local area. SDA funding is designed to be flexible and responsive, and is intended to enable people with disability to live in accommodation that meets their individual needs and enables them to live as independently as possible.

The funding for SDA is separate from other types of NDIS funding, and is designed to cover the additional costs associated with providing specialist accommodation for people with very high support needs. The amount of funding provided for SDA will depend on the individual’s needs and circumstances, as well as the availability of suitable accommodation in their local area.

The NDIS provides funding for SDA in order to ensure that people with disability have access to the housing and support they need to live fulfilling lives.

If you have any questions or would like to discuss our services further, please do not hesitate to contact our team. You can get in touch with us at – 1800 571 955 or email us at – ndis@phomecare.com.au 

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