Mon April 4th – NDIS and SDA for investors and developers, what’s it all about plus a Developers Case study

Have you ever wondered what National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) is all about? Could it be a good investment for you. How about building an NDIS investment property? If you know anyone who has invested in NDIS please invite them to come along to share their experience.

A vital component of the NDIS is Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA). SDA refers to accommodation for people who require specialist housing solutions, including assisting with the delivery of supports that cater to extreme functional impairment or very high support needs.

This funding is only provided to a small proportion of the overall NDIS participants, who meet specific eligibility criteria.

The SDA funding is also aimed at stimulating investment in developing new high-quality dwellings for eligible NDIS participants. SDA is for the homes in which the services are delivered, not for the support services.

SDA Housing is a type of housing that has been specially designed or modified to meet the needs of persons with extreme functional impairment or very high support needs. Those eligible can receive funds for the cost of this housing through SDA payments to an SDA provider.

Introducing Warwick Gregg – able access design

able access design is a disability access consultancy which specialises in providing practical, accurate and comprehensive advice on all access issues within the built environment. Warwick Gregg, an architecture graduate established able access design in 2002 after an accident in which he sustained a spinal injury. The unique combination of Warwick’s experience working as an architect, coupled with his insight into living with a disability allows able access design to provide practical and viable solutions to all your access needs.

able access design’s objective is to assist their clients design inclusive environments compliant with the current legislative requirements. To achieve this goal, able access design incorporates all access provisions of the Building Code of Australia (BCA), the Disability (Access to Premises – Building) Standards 2010, the Federal Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) and all relevant Australian Standards.

  • Certificate IV in Access Consulting
  • Graduate Certificate in the Built Environment (Building Surveying)
  • Bachelor of Architecture
  • Bachelor of Science (Arch.)
  • Diploma of Visual Communication and Graphic Design
  • NDIS-SDA Assessor
  • Livable Housing Australia Assessor
  • Changing Places Assessor

Introducing Danny Gardiner – Managing Director RokSolid Constructions

Danny has over 35yrs of experience within the building industry, both within the domestic and commercial sectors. He will share his case study of Birchmore Close, where approvals were granted for the construction of an SDA approved apartment complex comprising 8 single bedroom units. It’s a great story of perseverance and success.

Save the Date and come along – Monday April 4th

Anthea & Rohan have been co-ordinating the Property Meeting for over 7 years now for the benefit of all attendees to gain knowledge and network. It is now time for someone else to co-ordinate the meeting and we invite Results Mentoring subscribers to make contact if they are willing to co-ordinate. This will be our last meeting arranged by Anthea & Rohan. We hope someone else will take up the opportunity.

Don’t miss the opportunity to be inspired

How to register and attend…
To secure your seat you must register and pay online by clicking here.

The zoom link is:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88590850024

Event will not be recorded.

For password please email antheagreig@optusnet.com.au with your registration/payment confirmation

Staying Covid Safe
Please do not attend in person if you are experiencing any cold or flu symptoms. The wearing of a face mask is welcomed but not compulsory. Please maintain 1.5 metres at all times and refrain from hand shaking.

A Few Important Notes

  1. Bring Your Pads, Pens, iPad or whatever it takes but don’t forget to take notes. When you come to the Property Meeting, please bring something to take notes – you don’t want to miss a thing and we’ll be sharing very valuable information on the night!

It’s going to be another full house so make sure you secure your place.

We look forward to seeing you at the meeting!

Anthea & Rohan

Location Master Builders Association 47 South Terrace Adelaide
Map Click here for map
Date 04/04/2022
Time Arrive from 5.30pm for 6pm start to 8pm then join for dinner at the Duke of Brunswick

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