Accommodating the NDIS: Maximising housing choice in a reformed disability sector

Project Status: Archive
People Involved: Karen Fisher, Sandra Gendera, Trish Hill
Research Areas: Disability
Funding Agency: Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute
Non-Staff Involved: Ilan Wiesel (AHURI; Lead CI); Wendy Shaw, Catherine Bridge (UNSW Centre for Built Environment); Carmel Laragy (RMIT University); Samantha Jenkinson (People with Disability Western Australia); Kate Finch (People with Disability Australia); Jane Bullen (ex SPRC)

The study identifies factors enabling people with disability to retain or transition into housing which better suits their needs and preferences, and considers housing policy options in response to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), through analysis of existing individualised disability service funding programs in Australia and internationally.


Shared home ownership by people with disability (AHURI Final Report No. 277) 

Addressing the housing needs of participants is critical to NDIS success (AHURI Research and Policy Bulletin, Issue 205) [PDF] -> As Word Document

Moving to my home: housing aspirations, transitions and outcomes of people with disability (AHURI Final Report No. 246) [PDF] -> As Word Document

Easy Read report about housing for people with disability [PDF] -> As Word Document 

Article: Shared ownership can help make housing affordable for people with disability

To the AHURI website