Evidence about Best Practice in Supported Accommodation Services: What Needs to be in Place?
Provision of supported accommodation services for people with disabilities are in a state of flux as new ways of funding and delivering services are implemented as part of National Disability Insurance Scheme. There is increasing separation of housing and support, and diversity of support providers involved in the lives of people with disabilities who live in supported accommodation. The focus of this review is group homes and people with intellectual disabilities who are the biggest group of people using these services.
The review was funded by the National Disability Insurance Scheme Quality and Safeguards Commission.
Commissioning BodyNDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission
Type of report
- Public sector research report