Home and living supports

There are different types of home and living supports the NDIS can fund.

You can read more in Our Guidelines on home and living supports.

Most participants will continue to access housing in the private market by owning or renting, or through social housing.

A participant's plan will include the supports the NDIS will fund as well as other supports provided by informal, community and mainstream services.

This might include state or territory housing services. 

Different types of home and living supports will suit different people. 

We want to provide the best option to support participants in their home, now and in the longer term.

We can help explain the different home and living supports and work with participants and their families to find the best mix of supports that will help participants live as independently as possible. 

If you have a goal about home and living in your plan, we may be able to fund home and living supports.

We will need to get information about your current and future needs. This helps us work out what home and living supports we can fund.

We are continuing to improve information about home and living supports the NDIS might fund.

These are examples only and are not the only situations where these supports might be approved. We will continue to add other ‘Would we fund it’ examples about home and living supports.

This page current as of
6 June 2022
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