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Most SDA Demand is Seeking Change not Access

The NDIS June Quarterly data (Table P.11 Number of Participants with identified SDA needs) reveals that the SDA demand balance is increasingly skewing towards those in existing Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) seeking change, not those seeking access. The total number seeking access was 4,720, a slight decrease of 26 in the Quarter. However, the majority of this demand (2,993 participants) came from people in SDA dwellings but seeking an alternative. The balance (1,727) was participants seeking access.

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