SDA Provider

As a registered NDIS provider, we offer a range of specialised services, including SIL and SDA houses across Melbourne and Victoria. We’re also in collaboration with SDA Developers to create more housing opportunities. Our SDA services include:

  • Registering the SDA dwelling with the NDIS
  • Developing the SDA Service Agreement
  • Rental residential tenancy agreement
  • Claiming SDA payments from NDIS monthly and paying SDA owner within 5 business days
  • Receiving rent from the SDA residents
  • Upholding residential rights of SDA residents through compliance with RTA
  • Managing and advertising vacancies to fill the SDA with NDIS participants efficiently
  • Notifying residents of changes to service agreement
  • Reporting maintenance and repairs requests to property owner
  • Organising repair works and submitting claims to NDIS for participant specific damage to home

Investors: Partnering with Myxa

We welcome investors looking to contribute to the development of SDA properties. Partnering with us means you’re investing in homes that make a real difference in people’s lives.

SDA Homes Range

High Physical Support Need

Is for people with a significant physical impairment and who need a high level of support. As well as all the features in the fully accessible design category, High Physical Support Need designs include structural provision for a ceiling hoist, assistive technology ready, heating, cooling, and household communications technology

Fully Accessible

Is for people who have a significant physical impairment, such as wheelchair users. Features of a Fully Accessible design include no steps at external doors and outdoor private areas. Power supplied doors and windows to retrofit automation as necessary. The bathroom vanity, kitchen sink, cook top, meal preparation, bench area, and key appliances should be accessible in seated or standing position.


Empowering Individuals with Complex Needs Recognising the unique challenges faced by individuals with complex behaviours, Myxa Care's Robust Homes offer a holistic, trauma-informed approach built on collaboration. We work hand-in-hand with participants, families, and key stakeholders, including the Department of Justice and DHS, to develop individualised support plans that address their specific needs and goals. Our dedicated team is specifically recruited and trained to provide specialised care with a trauma-informed lens. We empower participants through choice and control, teaching our support staff to respond thoughtfully, not react impulsively, to challenging situations. We firmly believe in seeing individuals as living with a disability, not defined by it, no participant is too complex for Myxa.

Improved Liveability

Improved Liveability That is for people with sensory, intellectual or cognitive impairment. Features include being easy to enter and move around in doorways and other features being easy to see. Good visibility from one room to the next. Easily adapted to suit individual needs.


Frequently Asked Questions

Supported Independent Living (SIL):

SIL is providing support services to assist individuals to live independently regardless of whether it’s shared or their own independent living arrangement. SIL Services can include assistance with cooking, cleaning, personal care, medication management, budgeting and social interaction. The funding for SIL falls under core supports in your NDIS plan and is determined by your individual support requirements.

Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA):

SDA is providing specialised housing tailored to meet the unique support needs of individuals with disabilities. The building must have specific design features and modifications to cater to the participant’s individual needs such as wider doorways, stepless showers, safety windows, adjustable bench tops, infrastructure for a ceiling hoist or life support systems depending on the SDA category.

While SDA funding covers the physical brick and mortar building itself, should your requirements be above the standard SDA requirements the NDIS may fund additional modifications. You may also require additional NDIS funding for support services like daily living assistance, personal care, or specialist therapies. These are separate from SDA funding and need to be included in your individual NDIS plan.


Myxa is responsible for arranging building insurance for all our SDA properties. All participants that reside in Myxa properties are recommended to arrange contents insurance to cover the loss or damage of their personal possessions such as clothes, books, electrical equipment and cosmetics. Don’t forget to include cover for your specific treasures like cassettes of 80’s and 90’s rock bands, antiques and family heirlooms.


Myxa welcomes responsible pet ownership and considers pet applications on a case-by-case basis. Participants must demonstrate their ability to provide all essential pet care independently, without relying on a Disability Support Worker. This includes, but is not limited to, feeding, walking, grooming, and of course, providing a loving environment.

Additionally, to ensure a harmonious living environment, consent of all housemates within the supported living arrangement is required. This ensures everyone feels comfortable and respects the needs of both the participant and the pet.

Finally, all pets must comply with any body corporate by-laws that may exist in the residence.

Finding your ideal housemate is an in-depth process at Myxa. We prioritise compatibility and collaboration, matching you with individuals who share similar interests and personalities. This involves collaboration with your support coordinator to understand your needs and preferences. The final step is a key one! We arrange a meet-and-greet at the property, allowing you to get to know each other in a relaxed environment. This ensures a comfortable fit for everyone before any commitment is made.