Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA)
Communify Qld is the primary support provider for this building, however you are welcome to receive supports from an alternative support provider if that is your preference.
Communify Qld is providing a community-focused support model for the residents of this building. Please contact BHC to discuss and understand this support model further.
It is envisioned that the successful applicant for this property will be capable of semi-independent living and will not require 24/7 care. This property does not provide a separate space to facilitate 24/7 overnight onsite assistance.
Applicants should consider their personal support needs and if this property is right for them before applying.
New, accessible and well-located. Available 31/07/2019.
BHC Creating Liveable Communities has just completed construction of 10 one-bedroom units located in Enoggera. The units offer spacious independent living for individuals who identify as living with a disability and are registered for assistance on the Queensland Social Housing Register.
This development is located right next to the Enoggera train station and bus interchange for easy access into Brisbane city.
The units are built to Livable Housing Australia’s Gold design level and will meet Improved Livability design requirements under the National Disability Insurance Scheme. They feature quality appliances, built-in laundry, ample storage space, open plan living and private balconies. All residents at this development will have access to the Common Room on level one where group activities will be held.
Bathrooms can be modified to suit an indviudals specific needs.
This is a very secure building with swipe access and two-way intercom system.
Apartments are enrolled with the NDIS as Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA), 1 bedroom, 1 resident, Improved Livability Apartments.
The available unit is located on the ground floor and is ready for tenanting now.
How much does it cost to live here?
The SDA funding in your NDIS plan will be paid to BHC. In addition, you must pay a ‘reasonable rent contribution’, which is 25% of your Disability Support Pension, plus any Commonwealth Rent Assistance you receive. Please contact BHC directly to find out how much "Reasonable Rent Contribution" you would pay.
For more information about these apartments, eligibility requirements and the application process, please contact Calvin on 07 3307 3009.