Purposed Housing Unveils State of the Art Cranbourne Build
NDIS Supported Disability Accommodation (SDA) has been designed to meet the needs of thousands of Australians with high physical and/or complex behaviour disabilities who have found it difficult or impossible in the past to find suitable affordable accommodation.
Today our sister company Purposed Housing Australia broke ground on a new SDA build. A state of the art, Robust design build in Cranbourne. A new build like this will change people’s lives and we’re so excited to be a part of it!
Thanks to Deputy Mayor Amanda Stapledon for coming along and helping Purposed Housing Australia mark this special day.
With over 40 years of providing service and support to people with complex disabilities Purposed Housing Australia has been established to provide purpose-built, high-quality housing for people who have found it difficult or impossible in the past to find suitable affordable accommodation.
The NDIS, through Capital Funding support in a participants NDIS plan, will subsidize the costs of appropriate housing to promote and meet the needs of participants who require significant specialist home modifications to live safely and comfortably with maximum privacy in their own homes either through the SDA rental market or through the purchase of their own home.
NDIS SDA Funding together with a reasonable rent contribution paid by the participant of 25% of DSP (approx $109.63pw) + Govt Rent Assistance payment ($78.12pw) makes it realistically possible for participants to afford suitable housing.
Purposed Housing Australia is excited to begin our new project at 8 Hotham Street in Cranbourne which will be a Group Home – Robust design build for up to four NDIS SDA participants.