As we approach the 2-year mark for Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) Luke reflects on how far the market has come and where it is headed in 2018.
Here are 10 of the most important questions and answers from our recent Investigating Housing with Support Coordination webinar.
They say money makes the world go round, so who will finance the SDA? In this article, Luke Bo'sher looks into where $5 billion in investment is likely to come from.
With 28,000 NDIS participants expected to receive SDA funding, the demand for properties is set to skyrocket. Luke Bo'sher examines the bricks and mortar of what is being built and who it is for.
Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) is a complicated beast. Our NDIS Housing experts have produced a checklist with the key actions that organisations should be taking at 5 stages along the SDA journey.
The Victorian Government has released an expression of interest to identify providers that it could transfer some DHHS run services to.
After much deliberation by governments, the NDIS Specialist Disability Accommodation Rule has been made public. Luke Bo'sher outlines the key points of this long awaited piece of policy.
In-kind funding is potentially the biggest threat to choice and control in NDIS housing and much of the detail about why is in the just published Specialist Disability Accommodation Rule, writes Luke Bo'sher.
The NDIS now has a board with strong corporate credentials, albeit without lived experience of disability. But it won’t matter much since it’s still ministers calling the shots. Luke Bo’sher explores the NDIA’s governance trap.
What do you say to participants and their families about how the NDIS can help overcome the housing problem? Luke Bo'sher and Libby Ellis explore four key questions for Support Coordinators, service providers, advocates and families to be looking at with participants.
The Federal Government is to take control of NDIS registration and assessment of compliance. Luke Bo'sher explores whether the national approach will be a light touch compliance system or a burdensome approach that smothers innovation.
Two months have passed since the NDIA released its final housing policy paper. Now that we all know the detail, this is what we are seeing emerge as the next generation of housing in the NDIS, writes Luke Bo’sher.
Townsville will have approximately 220 NDIS participants funded for housing, 96 of those will be looking for a new place to live. Luke Bo'sher highlights the key things your organisation should know.
The NDIA have released their final position on NDIS Housing. There's some devil in the detail, but the big picture remains largely the same as the last draft. Luke Bo'sher highlights the key things your organisation should know.
We finally have all the pieces of the NDIS Housing puzzle, 500-900 properties to be built every year for the next 8 years. Luke Bo'sher provides a critical overview of the Pricing & Payments Position Paper released last Friday.
If the NDIS has taken away the barriers to offering the services that people with disability need, why haven’t we seen the development of radically new services? Luke outlines the four key barriers to innovation and what you can do about them.
2015 has been a huge year for the NDIS. Luke reflects on the major policy developments and gives his predictions for the even bigger year ahead.
The NDIA has just released the overarching pricing framework for how it will calculate and pay for NDIS Housing. It is also calling for innovative housing ideas in the Barwon trial site in an unusual Request for Information.
There are many signposts for the future of NDIS housing in the recent NSW Government tender for 88 new dwellings for people with disability. Luke B’osher outlines the tender details and how it will work with the NDIS.