Specialist Disability Accommodation Auburn - Afea Care Services

What is SDA?

Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) refers to homes or accommodation for NDIS Participants who require specialised housing solutions or modifications to assist with the delivery of supports to cater for functional impairments or high support needs.

There are five categories of SDA that determine how much funding is allocated to the participant for their accommodation. They are:

  • Basic
  • Improved Liveability
  • Fully Accessible
  • Robust
  • High Physical Support

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Why choose The Auburn as your next home?

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Live on your own or with a partner

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Lively Auburn community

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Support matched to you

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Carers who speak your language

Apartment features

These 8 one-bedroom apartments are scattered throughout the building which was completed in late 2020. The building is within walking distance from Auburn station, Woolworths, Aldi, banks, pharmacies and the shopping and café district of Queen street that defines multicultural Auburn. 

Features of the homes:

  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Smart home technology
  • Lowered benchtops and light fixtures
  • Onsite support from experienced Afea Carers
  • Private, accessible outdoor areas with barbecues 
  • Automatic door operators and widened entrances
  • Provisions for ceiling hoists and assistive technology 

What you'll love about Auburn

  • Lively, culturally diverse neighbourhood
  • Central location, close to Parramatta and Sydney CBD
  • Close proximity to community  amenities, transport and services
  • Many Afea Carers in the area who speak English, Turkish, Arabic, Farsi, Dari, Urdu, Chinese and more

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Suitability and eligibility

These apartments are perfect for NDIS participants who:

  • would like to live alone or with a partner or carer
  • want to live in a central, lively, multicultural suburb
  • are eligible for one of the following Supported Disability Accommodation categories:
    • Improved Liveability
    • Fully Accessible
    • High Physical Support
  • have access to the Disability Support Pension to contribute to rent and utilities
  • may have motor neuron disease, muscular dystrophy, spinal cord injury, cerebral palsy mobility assistance and visual or sensory impairments

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