Some residential statements under the Disability Act 2006 became void on 31 December 2019.
The Department of Health and Human Services asked for their group homes to be re-gazetted. This means those homes still come under the Disability Act 2006.
If you live in a home that has been re-gazetted and have a residential statement, the statement remains valid. Your residential rights are protected.
If your SDA has not been re-gazetted, you and your provider must start a new residential agreement.
For more information, view Starting an agreement with your provider.