Building affordable, accessible apartments for people with disabilities
More than 28,000 people across Australia require speciality disability accommodation, with more than 6,300 young Australians living in aged care homes not suited to their needs.
The NDIS through the Specialist Disability Accommodation scheme is working with accommodation providers such as Ability SDA to build new homes to allow people with a disability to live independently and to have better of quality of life.
across Australia will require specialist disability accommodation
6,300+ YOUNG AUSTRALIANS
currently live in nursing homes that are not suitably designed for their needs
Ability SDA builds large self-contained apartments that are well-located, safe, tech savvy, affordable and completely accessible for people with a disability.
These stylish, purpose-built apartments include access to on-site support providers to ensure tenants can become more independent, more engaged with their community, and socially included.
Ability SDA is one of the pioneers of the space, developing more than 40 accessible units in four development programs across Sydney, NSW and Queensland.
Realising the vast need for specialist disability accommodation we are currently building Platinum level apartments in Western Sydney, the Central Coast of NSW, and in Far North Queensland.
MEET OUR TEAM
Paul’s key responsibilities include site identification, land acquisition, feasibility, consultant coordination, financial management and project management.
While currently city based, Paul could easily find himself at home on a farm growing fruit trees and raising animals. Paul likes to switch off tending to his backyard garden, border collie named Chilli and his 4 chooks.
Angie’s key responsibilities include interior and building design, marketing, PR, consultant coordination, customer relations and property management.
Angie is a connector and people person. She loves to be deep in conversation with people to find out what they are passionate about. Angie makes lifelong friends wherever she goes.
Aimee has a degree in Creative Arts from the University of Wollongong. Aimee is an accomplished pianist, who loves good coffee and hanging out with her family at the beach.
Gemma loves all things design with a fondness for watercolours and typography and spends most of her time raising her young family.