SDA and BlueCHP
Bayley House has been working since NDIS transition to find a way forward to deliver more and better housing/accommodation options for our present and future clients. The separation in the NDIS model of housing (SDA) and support (SIL) provides Bayley House with the opportunity to achieve this.
One such opportunity is a collaboration with BlueCHP, a housing provider aligned with our core values and has a long-term commitment to people with disabilities. SDA homes provided by BlueCHP will be staffed and supported by the Bayley House team delivering the high standards of (SIL) support you expect from Bayley House.
To find out more about Bayley House and BlueCHP collaboration, please join us at the next Future of SDA Forum, click here to register
BlueCHP is a not-for-profit, tier one, Community Housing Provider. BlueCHP has delivered more than 2,000 new affordable, social, disability and build-to-rent homes across eastern Australia. They provide Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) homes to over 360 people.
“We’ve developed a unique, participant-led approach to building and providing Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA). Through our GuideYouHome seven-step process we design and build SDA homes designed to their needs, in their preferred location, and with the security this is a home for the long-term.”
BlueCHP recognise that a home is more than the sum of its parts. A safe and well-designed home, created with the resident’s needs and preferences at its heart, can help people live a vivid, independent and rewarding life as part of the community. Above all, it’s about building a home you love
Belinda waited patiently for 11 months whilst her new home was being built. The house’s accessibility ensures that she is able to achieved her goal of becoming more independent in all aspects of her daily life. The house means everything to her.
Guide You Home seven step process
BlueCHP has developed a unique, participant-led approach to building and providing Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA). Through their GuideYouHome seven-step process they design and build SDA homes designed to their needs, in their preferred location, and with the security this is a home for the long-term. Click here to find out more
- Let’s chat
- Put the team together – This exciting journey begins with a “YES” to joining together in building a secure, safe and a suitable home
- Plan your home – Let’s talk about what is needed in the home & together search for a property
- Give your stamp of approval – This stage is BlueCHP purchasing property whereby the family/client can attend the sale/Auction of property
- Building begins – Part of the transition process is Keeping the Client and their supports updated on each process of the build
- Move in – Home enrolled with NDIS. Client transitioning into their new home
- We’re in this together – Management and Maintenance In/Outsource.
Customised to your needs
IMPROVED LIVEABILITY – Homes designed for Improved Liveability help provide a reasonable level of physical access for people living with sensory, intellectual or cognitive needs.
Improved Livability homes are designed to help residents live safely and independently. People with intellectual and cognitive needs might benefit from the use of contextual cues, improved lines of sight and consistency in the location of fittings and fixtures. Features like luminance contrasts or hearing augmentation can also be used to assist residents.
Designed to fit in with the neighbourhood and offering plenty of opportunities for outdoor and social enjoyment, Improved Liveability homes support the particular needs of the residents and give them a home they can make their own.
FULLY ACCESSIBLE – A high level of physical access for individuals living with physical disabilities
HIGH PHYSICAL SUPPORT – Fully Accessible with extra structural provisions for things like ceiling hoists
ROBUST – Resilient and sturdy built to accommodate and support people with complex needs