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We are looking for an NDIS Housing Consultant!

Are you a self-motivated, organised individual eager to make a difference for people living with disability? InHousing is looking for its next Housing Consultant! We are an innovative housing provider focused on the needs of people living with disability. We work directly with tenants to provide tailored housing solutions that are accessible and meet the unique needs and preferences of each individual. We believe that tenants should have the choice of who they want to live with and have choice and control over their housing needs. The successful candidate should have strong professional and ethical values that align with the InHousing philosophy.

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Our Salisbury Solar Battery Project with Natural Solar

Everyone is talking about the renewable energy technology on our housing development in Salisbury. In an Australian first initiative announced today, inhousing in partnership with Australia’s leading solar and battery installer Natural Solar , will be incorporating solar and battery storage into Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) designed for use by eligible participants of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

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See how other people live

Opening Homes is an online collection of lived-in accessible homes. The people who live in these homes have chosen to share them online so that you can learn how they use technology and design to create a home that not only suits their access needs, but matches their lifestyles and interests Visit Opening Homes to explore a diverse range of lived-in accessible housing.

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Funding to demonstrate innovation

Inhousing was awarded Commonwealth Government Innovation Funding to design and build three fully accessible houses in Morphettville. This grant provided the opportunity to showcase great accessible design alongside the practical application of emerging inclusive technology from providers such as Apple. The aim was to assist the mobility, independence and dignity of people living with significant mobility limitations.

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