Once you have met with your NDIS planner and determined your eligibility for SDA funding, we will arrange for our Project Manager to meet with you to discuss your accommodation preferences and requirements.
Your NDIS planner will have already discussed factors relating to your accommodation funding which will meet one of the following SDA design categories:
For more information visit main NDIS SDA information page.
When you meet with our Project Manager they will help you work through your options and the key factors of living in an SDA Options home including:
Location preferences: What area/s are you willing to live? The more flexible your requirements the greater number of options available to you - our footprint extends from Geelong throughout greater Melbourne (north, east, south) and the Mornington Peninsula.
Existing or soon to launch new builds: We will review our current vacancies with you and if they suit your requirements.
New builds: If our current vacancies don't meet your needs you will be able to register for a new build home that can be tailored to your individual support needs.
House mates: Do you have funding limitations relating to your support?
Support Services: All our accommodation includes a sleep over room for support workers and is aimed at increasing your independence.
SDA Options works in partnership with a leading NDIS service provider specialising in very high support needs. Our Project Manager will arrange for a consultation with one of their Client Services Managers to discuss your requirements and customise support to meet your needs.
Stakeholders: We liaise with a wide range of stakeholders including, NDIS Planners, Case Managers and allied health teams to ensure your smooth transition into SDA Options accommodation.
Rental agreement: Your independent living in a SDA Options home is guaranteed by a tenancy agreement just like the mainstream rental market. We will help you understand your rental agreement including your rights and responsibilities.