Specialist Disability Accommodation Insurance
You may own a SDA Property, provide personal care, services or education. You may also offer support to people with disabilities and their families. LHB Insurance's personal experiences within this community drives us to help and support to the very best of our abilities. Contact Julie, NDISDA Platinum Member , NDIS Insurance Specialist for more information.
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Supported Independent Living Providers (SIL Providers)
Supported Independent Living (SIL) refers to funded supports which help someone with a disability to live more independently. These supports can include assistance with daily tasks and aim to make it possible for people to move out of home and live more independently. SIL is most suitable for people with higher support needs who require assistance at home most of the time.
Connect with a SIL Provider for your SDA Project today. .
A SDA assessor is the only person who can issue a certificate of SDA category compliance, to confirm that the design and or final-as-built dwelling has met all the requirements of the SDA Design Standard.
The assessment at design stage is intended to provide certainty to the SDA market about future enrolment and allow the preparation for dwelling enrolment to be undertaken with the NDIA. Once the final as-built dwelling is assessed and found to be compliant with the SDA design standard, the SDA provider can then enrol the final as-built dwelling with the NDIA.
The NDIA will record the details of the project at design stage and include this in data releases to inform the market of the pipeline of work under development, noting that commercial in confidence or identifying information will be protected.
Connect with an SDA Assessor today
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Lawyers offer a range of services, including giving legal advice, drafting letters on your behalf, helping you fill in important forms, and representing you in court. They can help you understand the steps you need to take to advance your interests in a range of Specialist Disability Accommodation matters.
There are risks in every investment. Unfortunately, by the time most people contact a property lawyer, they're already in trouble. Property lawyers can advise you on property settlements, lease agreements, investments, loans, strata titles, and SDA matters
Specialist disability accommodation (SDA) is a range of housing designed for people with extreme functional impairment or very high support needs. SDA dwellings have accessible features to help residents live more independently and allow other supports to be delivered better or more safely.
NDISDA boasts a large Builder network and can connect you to a builder today. Builders also enjoy regular updates on information regarding compliance and connect with Architects, Property Developers, SIL Providers, SDA Assessors, OT and more
The NDIS provides SDA-funding through participant plans to support the availability of SDA for participants who are assessed as requiring specialist accommodation. The funding is intended to supplement returns so that the overall payments to housing providers (inclusive of rent contributions) which are commensurate with the market rate of return on investments.
This provides financial incentives for:
existing housing providers to continue to make their housing stock available to people with a disability (rather than exit the market to seek higher rates of return), and developers and providers to invest in new disability-appropriate housing stock, resulting in greater choice and improved housing availability.
Connect with a Property Developer today
Financiers, Fund Managers, Brokers
Prior to the NDIS, disability housing was either owned by state governments or funded by grants from government.
Investment fund managers play an important role in this process by acting as intermediaries who invest capital
on behalf of their clients (private, institutional and philanthropic investors) into regulated funds and then deploy
this capital into the market.
Connect with a Fund Manager today and find out more
Understand the importance of insuring your Supported Disability Accommodation, Specialised Disability Accommodation (SDA) Supported independent Living (SIL) and High Dependence Dwellings (HPS) . There is a clear difference between domestic landlords insurance and insuring your SDA property. Connect with an Insurance company today to find out more
Insurance is available for all the categories of Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA)
High physical support
Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) is an NDIS initiative to fund the design and build of specialised properties to meet the unique and specific support needs of individuals with disability.
Creating accessible homes can be simple and should include key easy living features that make them easier and safer to use for all occupants including: people with disability, ageing Australians, people with temporary injuries, and families with young children.
Connect with an SDA Architect today.
Valuers Property Development assessment work helps clients with their budgets and expense projections, such as valuation and taxation of existing assets, potential acquisitions, and new SDA developments, to help find any appeal or objection.
Because property valuation is complex and difficult properties can be tricky, customers and their accountants often give the assessment jobs to Valuers. They provide; .
Asset Valuation: research and calculate an accurate current market value of any assets that relate to your business.
Current Market Value Service: property valuers will determine the current market value of your property and search the area for comparable properties to determine your property value.
They provide confidential valuations and advice to owners of property portfolios, developers, financiers, and other SDA Providers/ stakeholders to help owners manage assets responsibly.
Consultancy and Advisory Services
The SDA sector can be challenging to navigate, NDISDA can connect you to Partners who can provide the following services;
SDA Reviews and Appeals
Supporting SDA Self Providers
Property compliance & audit requirements
Complaint and conflict resolution
Architectural and Building Compliance
NDIS SDA Registration & Attestation
Tender management for Tenant procurement services organisations
Property inspections & maintenance
Stakeholder management & support
Regular market reviews & CPI adjustments
Provider and care supports & inductions
Due diligence, safety & quality controls
SIL & OOA tender support & management
Tenant safety, onboarding & applications
Assistive technology plays a vital role in the life enrichment of individuals with disabilities. It allows people with disabilities to stay connected and interact with others despite their disability.
Assistive Technology includes :
1. Visual Aids:
2. Audio Aids
3. Physical Aids
4. Speech Communication Aids.
5. Daily Living Aids
Connect with us to find out more .