Moving into new housing designed for people with disability: Evaluation of tenant outcomes – Interim report brief

This project investigates the outcomes for people living in Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA). Housing for people with disability is moving away from congregated living (group homes) towards individualised models of housing designed to maximise choice and control. SDA enables individuals to transition from a range of living environments to more contemporary and individualised models of housing. Insights from this project will help develop effective strategies to enhance tenant outcomes and result in the most effective use of investment and resources. The project uses a Tenant Outcomes Framework to provide an evidence base for the SDA market and help ensure decisions to build new SDA are informed by the needs, preferences, experience and outcomes of tenants with disability.