Our Unique Point of Difference
When designing a new home for a client, SDA Property Solutions factors in the Participant needs, functionality for Carers, safety for all and aesthetics. We have found that to deliver the best result the following requirements are important:
- Modelling of house to protect the safety of Participants and Carers. For example, double access points for rooms and no restrictive or low-visual areas within the house.
- Quality fittings and workmanship to ensure delivery of a home that is robust and sustainable.
- Carer rooms to include own bathroom facilities for comfort and privacy.
- Housing model to include opportunities for both inside and outside privacy, with the use of secured bedroom courtyards or patios.
- Location of the property relative to Participant and Carers accessibility and noise requirements. For example, we consider the Participants physical and social needs (work, transport, shops etc), as well as their behavioural needs.
Our homes are turn-key solutions, meaning after we get a thorough understanding of your needs, we do all the behind the scenes work, handing over the keys when it’s complete! Of course, we provide regular updates throughout the process to assist Service Providers and clients in planning for the Participants transition to their new home.
Housing Design Types
SDA Property Solutions are an approved housing provider of Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) by the NDIS. We deliver a range of homes to suit the needs of Service Providers and Participants and specialise in accomodation types that offer:
This type of housing has been designed to improve ‘liveability’ by incorporating a medium level of physical access and enhanced provision for people with sensory, intellectual or cognitive impairment.
This type of housing has been designed to incorporate a high level of physical access provision for people with extreme physical impairment.
This type of housing has been designed to incorporate a high level of physical access provision and to be very resilient, reducing the likelihood of reactive maintenance and reducing the risk to the participant and the community;
High Physical Support
This type of housing has been designed to incorporate a high level of physical access provision for people with extreme physical impairment and requiring very high levels of support.