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NDISDA Partnership Consortiums 

Collaborate | Communicate | Connect 

Our goal in establishing a partnership consortium in the Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) sector is to pool expertise, take a holistic approach to challenges, enhance efficiency, advocate for policy changes, and expand our network.

 

Through collaboration, innovation, and advocacy, we aim to improve the quality of life and support services for individuals with disabilities."

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NDISDA Collaboration Groups 

Join today and be part of a NDISDA National Initiative.  

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SIL Meet SDA 

The collaboration between SDA and SIL providers is driven by a shared mission to enrich the lives of individuals with disabilities through personalized accommodation and comprehensive support services. 

This collaboration  facilitated through NDISDA's Network, is designed to create signature events for providers to synchronize, collaborate, and establish sustainable relationships. 

Subscribe for free. 

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SDA Builders and Assessors 

SDA Builders and Assessors Collaboration for: 

Technical Expertise, Quality Assurance,

Cost Efficiency, Compliance and Certification, Client Satisfaction.

Collaboration between SDA Builders and Assessors is essential for achieving high-quality, compliant, and user-friendly SDA properties that enhance the quality of life for individuals with disabilities.

Register for workshops, and networking sessions today 

 

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NDISDA Elite Investor Circle

The NDISDA Elite Investor Circle is a  connects Developers, Investors, Support Coordinators, Supported Independent  Living Providers, Town Planners, Buyers Agents and Financiers

 

If you are in this space, join us at various information sessions, events, workshops  held across the country  

Subscribe for alerts at no cost 

Or join the membership and save at events 

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SDA Architects and Allied Health Professionals 

Architects and occupational therapists collaborating for Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) is crucial for several reasons:

Design Expertise, Universal Design Principles, Optimized Use of Space

Compliance and Standards, User-Centred Approach

Overall, the collaboration between architects and occupational therapists is essential for designing SDA properties that are not only architecturally sound but also responsive to the diverse needs of individuals with disabilities, ultimately creating inclusive and supportive living environments.

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