Low-Cost Assistive Technology cuts plan costs

Low and mid-cost assistive technology (AT) is a secret weapon for conserving money and boosting people’s independence in an NDIS context when plan cuts are widespread. When done properly, it’s a win-win situation. Clever use of AT can eliminate the need...

Latest SDA and SIL statistics from the NDIS

NDIS Quarterly Data 2021/2022 Q4 The NDIS’ final quarterly report for 2021/22 is now out, so we’ve summarised a few interesting details from the report, specifically in relation to SIL (Supported Independent Living) and SDA (Specialist Disability...

Becoming your own SDA provider

This article was originally published by Summer Foundation on 28th February 2020. Tom Butler Q & A Tom Butler is the provider of his own Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA). He moved into his SDA unit in Tasmania in 2019. We asked him about the journey to...

Successful SDA outcome for tenants

This article was originally published on www.disabilitysupportguide.com.au The right ingredients for a happy household On Monday evenings, you’ll find housemates Dale, Tim, Josh and Paul winding down from work, preparing dinner, and getting ready for the latest...

Cerebral Palsy awareness month – A day with J

By: Shannon Robeck, Customer Service Support, NDIS PROPERTY AUSTRALIA March is cerebral palsy awareness month, and I thought that there was no better way to share this news with you than to talk about my little brother, J, and how we’d spend a day together in his...