“I require a high amount of person-to-person assistance and a home that can support my physical and mobility care needs”
You may benefit from living in a home that enables:
Design elements that cater to physical and mobility support needs – the need for a housing response that supports some level of physical impairment e.g. widen doorway to support wheelchair access, handrails, modified bathroom etc;
The option of automation of housing features e.g. automated blinds and doors etc;
The option of accessible features such as height adjustable kitchen benchtops and cooking facilities; and
High levels of person to person supports as chosen by you.
I will– what you, or your trusted person need to ensure:
Engage with all of my key people to plan and implement a wholistic transition into my new home.
Who– some key people to draw upon:
Your Vera Living Tenant Support Specialist;
Your Support Coordinator;
Other chosen Allied Health professionals; and
Your Family and friends.
When– a good timeline to work towards:
1 month from when you plan to move into your new home.
How we can help
Your own SDA housing specialist
Navigating the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) can be easier when you have a specialist to call on. We have recruited a team ready to assist you with your SDA journey. This support is complimentary for anyone looking to explore a Vera Living home.
Our Tenant Journey Specialists are experienced in guiding tenants towards successful SDA outcomes. Understanding the importance of working collaboratively with Specialist Support Coordinators and Clinical Professionals, our team are here to provide you a personalised approach to finding the home that is right for you.
Our team are experts in SDA.
We’d love to assist if you have any further questions
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