Visitors to the community will retain their existing powers and features in Victoria for SDA residents who are under an SDA housing agreement, including the initiation of visits. The SDA residence agreement and information statements for both types of agreements are now available on the Consumer Affairs Victoria website under resources for residents. The amendments to the Residential Tenancies Act of 1997 and the impact this has had on residents and providers of specialized housing for people with disabilities. Declarations of residence under the Disability Act are maintained until existing residents are transferred to new SDA residence contracts or housing leases under the ATR. The Disability Act also introduces new provisions that allow an SDA resident with a residential rent rental agreement to request a visit to a visitor to the community. SDA suppliers and existing residents must enter into or enter into a new SDA residence contract by January 1, 2020. SIL is assisted by an NDIS participant at home to help him live as independently as possible. The Mobility of Persons with Disabilities Act (NDIS) 2019 makes the necessary changes: an SDA provider owns SDA-registered housing and is responsible for: These amendments ensure that safeguards for people with disabilities are maintained and strengthened inside Victoria and in the future when switching to NDIS. A community visitor is a volunteer authorized by the Disability Act to visit NDIS housing, including: Consumer Affairs Victoria (CAV) will regulate and provide the new Part 12A of the RTA: an SDA resident is an NDIS participant who lives in an SDA-registered apartment and receives an SDA payment as part of its NDIS support plan. ..