The NDIS Housing Pathways Project is co-funded by the Melbourne Disability Institute and the Brotherhood of St Laurence and will look at the housing options of the remaining 94 percent of NDIS participants ineligible or not in Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA).
The project will explore seven interconnected housing options; new SDA, existing SDA, non-SDA supported accommodation, social housing, private rental, in own home and in the family home.
SOURCE: Disability Support Guide. “New Project to Delve into NDIS Housing Options.” Disability Support Guide, January 2019.
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