Home in Place is working to provide people with a range of specialist disability housing that meets their needs, in line with the important NDIS principle of choice and control for participants.
Home in Place understood where I was coming from. Supporting a child with a disability and navigating the NDIS and SDA process takes its toll - they appreciated that. They listened to me. I didn’t get that from anyone else."
When it comes to housing it is not just the line people are funded for, but things such as location, family, pets - everything that goes into the decision about where someone wants to live and how they want to live.
Our resident will have greater connection to his culture and country thanks to an indigenous garden being installed at his Wallsend group home.
Helping residents to live independently and happily is why I do what I do.
Café Connect in Orange is a social enterprise that provides employment and work experience to people with a disability.
"Our relationships with the boys have changed for the better. They are capable men, not boys, and they deserve some independence."
People looking to invest in NDIS homes need to research all aspects of the investment says Larissa Bridge, operations manager SDA and specialist services at Home in Place.
From January 2022 to June 2022, our Specialist Disability Accommodation team have assisted 77 SDA participants transition into their new forever homes and delivered 37 new developments with partners across New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria.
We welcome the agreement between the new NDIS Minister, Bill Shorten, and state and territory governments to get the more than 1,000 people with disabilities stuck in hospital. discharged faster.
A high-grade Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) project in Marsden has reached completion, joining the string of Queensland developments bolstering national SDA housing supply.
Compass Housing Services SDA team has summarised the highlights from the National Disability Insurance Agency’s (NDIA) 2021 SDA Market Summary –2021.
Home in Place wishes to recognise the traditional custodians of the lands and waterways where we work and live. We celebrate the First Peoples’ unique cultural and spiritual relationship to Country and acknowledge the significance of Aboriginal cultures in Australia.