SDA Funding Requirements
The NDIS participants who get SDA approved in their NDIS plans are people who, even with appropriate home modifications and/or assistive technologies, still need a high level of in-home support from a paid worker with daily activities such as getting in and out of bed, getting dressed, moving around, preparing meals or accessing the community.
SDA is intended for participants who have an extreme or complete functional impairment due to disability or have very high support needs (including housing needs) most appropriately met by an SDA response
- That your ‘informal supports’ (people who help you but don’t get paid for their help; often family or friends) can’t meet your personal care needs
- You have spent a long time in a group home or residential aged care (this includes people who already live in Shared Supported Accommodation / Group Homes / young people living in nursing homes etc.)
- You use behaviours that pose a risk to yourself or others
Am I eligible for SDA funding?
If you answer Yes to any one of the questions below, then you may be eligible for SDA funding:
Do you use a wheelchair to mobilise?
Do you require assistance for transfers?
Do you require assistance with personal care?
Would specialised accommodation help improve your degree of independence?
Have you previously or do you currently live in supported accommodation?
Feel free to contact us for any help about the NDIS process.
How to get SDA and SIL funding?
The pathway to obtaining SDA and SIL funding support is made simple by Adelphi Living
Initial meeting with Adelphi Living to identify your living needs
Undertake the nescessary assessments to determine your eligibility for SDA funding
Apply for funding, identify your housing preference and prepare your SDA application
SDA Funding Approval
SDA funding approved in your NDIS plan
SIL Assessment and Application
SIL Application Approval
Approval of SIL submission
Sign-off your lease agreement and move into your new home!