A lack of appropriate accommodation available for National Disability Insurance Scheme participants will be explored in an Albury community consultation on Monday.
The forum will hear from a National Disability Insurance Agency representative about housing options for people with a disability and how project builders and other interested stakeholders might contribute to developing housing in this sector.
One of the organisers, Jan Gouma, said the introduction of the NDIS had been "a huge learning curve" for participants and their families as well as service providers, the NDIA and community partners.
"The availability of housing stock is recognised by the NDIA as a significant gap in the scheme for some participants," she said.
Monday's event aimed to provide information for people wishing to qualify for housing funding but also had a broader focus.
"It's people with disabilities, family members, potential stakeholders such as service providers, allied health professionals, project builders and investors," Ms Gouma said.
The community consultation in the Robert Brown Room, Albury Council offices, Kiewa Street, begins with registrations at 5.30pm for a 6pm start. It is free, but people are asked to register their interest on 0418 641 286.
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