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Where does it come from?

Noticing the real need for better housing, we started helping Australians with physical or mental impairments to find comfortable housing options so that they can live comfortably.

The Problem

The lack of living options and choices for Australians living with physical or mental impairments needs attention. Australians living with physical or mental impairments have, for too long, lacked meaningful and appropriate living options and choices.

The Solution

For people in the community with high support needs, securing suitable housing can be a challenge. The Australian Government recognised this and launched Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA), a housing provision for eligible NDIS participants.

What is SDA?

Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) was designed and implemented by the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) to assist with housing for people with a disability, and is specific for people whose disability makes it difficult for them to live safely in an unmodified home. SDA is split into four types of design categories:

Improved Liveability, Robust, Fully Accessible and High Physical Support. There are also other factors that are included in determining SDA funding for an individual – including Dwelling Types, residents per home, rooms per resident, location, and other determinations made in relation to an eligible person’s individual needs in relation to their built environment.

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SDA Design Categories

Improved Liveability

These dwellings are built for people who have intellectual, cognitive and sensory impairments. For someone with a visual impairment to be able to navigate the space more easily, many of the residences feature luminescence contrasts, tactile pieces on the wall or within the door.


This is very resilient housing, designed to keep people who may have some behaviours which could place them or the people that support them at risk and to keep them safe. They are also built to reduce the likelihood of reactive maintenance. Some of the building standards include secure windows, doors and external areas, high impact wall lining, fittings and fixtures such as blinds and door handles, soundproofing, and laminated glass. All to provide areas of sanctuary for other residents and staff.

Fully Accessible

Fully Accessible housing assimilates a high level of physical support for people with significant functional impairment. These supports include provision of wheelchair passage throughout the entire dwelling as well as access from a seated or standing position to things like kitchen and laundry bench-tops, and appliances.

High Physical Support

High Physical Support housing includes the same requirements detailed in the Fully Accessible Design category, with a few added additions such as structural provisions for ceiling hoists and clear opening width doors to all rooms. There is also assistive technology which uses voice control to assist with room temperature, TV and door activation and emergency power solutions to cater for a minimum two-hour power outage.

Experience Ultimate Comfort in Top NDIS/SDA Homes

At Supportive Support, we are specialised in offering NDIS/SDA properties customised to meet your specific needs and preferences. Our focus is on delivering spaces that not only cater to your requirements but also showcase both the interior and exterior beauty of the building.

How we can help?

At Supportive Spaces, we are specialise in NDIS property investment, providing you with the knowledge, expertise, and access to the right properties to kickstart your NDIS investment journey.


While there is a national shortage of suitable SDA properties, some locations are oversupplied or about to be and some locations are simply not suitable.


The dwellings being built must meet the demands of the participants in the area selected but also those of the SILs and providers, or else they will likely sit empty.


Managing disabled tenants is completely different and much more demanding. The fee and charges model also varies greatly between providers.

Why invest in NDIS/SDA homes?

Key Benefits of Investing in SDA Homes

Steady Rental Income

High Demand

Positive Social Impact

Government Support

Capital Growth

Diversify Your Portfolio

Other SDA Considerations

SDA outcomes contains various considerations. These include the property’s location and additional features like fire sprinklers, break-out rooms, and onsite overnight assistance. Some of these factors overlap and are interconnected, while others are standalone features approved based on participant needs. The NDIA determines the most suitable features for a participant by evaluating their SDA application and supporting evidence outlining their functional capacity.

For a detailed understanding, we encourage you to reach out to our team.

Our process

How It Works

Start your journey by scheduling an appointment to check out unique accommodation options. Get a tailored consultation to personalise your search and find the perfect SDA property for you.

Choose a date and time that works for you.

Meet with our team to discuss your needs.

Explore options tailored to you and reserve your choice.

Specialised Funding
Up to 90% Lending Available For Qualified Borrowers

Explore our specialised funding options tailored for SDA properties, designed to cater to unique accessibility needs. We offer up to 90% lending for qualified borrowers, ensuring accessibility and convenience in securing financial support for these specialised properties. Whether you’re seeking to invest or purchase an SDA property, our financing solutions are crafted to streamline the process, empowering you to make impactful investments in disability accommodation with greater ease.

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Get all your queries resolved about NDIS & SDA properties—learn about their features, benefits, and how they work.

NDIS is a National Disability Insurance Scheme of the Australian Government that provides funds to people having disability.

Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) refers to specially designed homes for people with disabilities who need extensive support.

Investing in comfortable living spaces for individuals with disabilities yields both great returns and improves their quality of life.

At Supportive Spaces, we pick homes with proper research so that it can fulfil your needs & requirements.

Our SDA properties offer steady rental income, growth potential, and positive social impact. Backed by government support, it’s a smart way to diversify your portfolio.

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