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For many NDIS participants, special home modifications are necessary to ensure that their disabilities are properly accommodated and that they can live in their residences with comfort. These modifications are oftentimes called Special Disability Accommodation (SDA) and generally require a builder with professional experience in that area.
For example, a qualified builder will have experience in home renovations and extensions, as well as the installation of assistive technology like ramps, bath seats, and hand rails.
To get NDIS funding for SDA, you have to show one of the following:
- your disability makes it difficult or impossible for you or your caretakers to access certain essential parts of your home.
- your home is having a negative impact on your living standards, or
- a qualified occupational therapist has assessed your living situation and prescribed the modifications as a solution.