Why we do not build 2 or 3 bedroom NDIS Robust SDAs?

We meet with a lot of SDA suppliers and rely on the feedback from them on aspects such as location, disability, design and quantity of NDIS SDAs we supply our clients.

One question we get the same answer is “How many Robust participants should you plan to live together?”

The answer is in very rare occasions some robust participants may cohabitate with another robust participant if they have a history together, but in most cases a robust participant is best housed solo. If robust participants live together there is a high chance they will trigger

each other at some stage and cause confusion, disagreements and conflict. We have some great Robust designs that allow two participants and two OOA carers live in separate parts of an SDA building, as per the plans below.

The reasons given to us why these designs work are below and if you would like to invest in a Robust SDA that will be able to house more than one participant you should call or email us to discuss where we can place then for you.

(1) NDIS Robust participants can express themselves freely and create a space that reflects their personality, interests, and style in their own living space. People can personalise their space by decorating with favourite colours, displaying cherished items, or arranging furniture for comfort.

(2) Empowerment and Decision-Making:NDIS Robust participants can learn budgeting, organisation, and decision-making by controlling their living environment. Empowerment can boost confidence and life management skills.

(3) Opportunities for Growth: NDIS Robust participants can pursue hobbies, interests, and goals in their own living spaces. They can grow and fulfil themselves by taking on new challenges, learning new skills, and discovering their strengths with the right support.

(4) Sense of Belonging: NDIS participants live independently but are part of a community. They can feel included by connecting with neighbours and friends through shared activities, social gatherings, and support.

(5) Independent Living: Individual living areas encourage self-sufficiency and independence. They feel more in control and fulfilled when they choose their daily routines, leisure activities, and social interactions. Individual living areas improve quality of life for robust NDIS participants. They help people thrive, achieve their goals, and live meaningfully by providing a supportive, empowering, and inclusive environment.

Call or email us to discuss Robust SDA s as well as our High Physical Support, Fully Accessible and Improved Liveability SDA designs and properties.

Gil Elliott

M: 07 5408 4151 

E: bookings@positiveincome.com.au 

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