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The Freedom Housing design, makes it possible for persons with disabilities, who require some personal care and supervision, and up to 24/7 high care, to live in a normal house - or apartment - with family, friends, housemates, or independently.

Persons who require high-care are able to live in Freedom Housing style homes through every phase of their lives: child; young independent adult; parent; old age, and end-stage: palliative care.

Freedom Housing also provides care for the elderly (aged care).

A mix of care needs may be accommodated under the same roof in a privately owned - or leased - apartment or house.

Each house is uniquely designed according to the owner families' preferences for fabric, appearance, lifestyle, and inclusions. 

The advent of the NDIS has rendered the Freedom Housing model feasible, and affordable, for the Australian household. If you have an NDIS care package it may be possible for you and your family - or friends - to live in your own - or in a rented - Freedom Housing home.

Freedom Housing respects human rights; is more efficient; is socially cohesive; is more economical; is more economically productive; and respects the dignity of all.

Freedom Housing fully complies with the: 

  • United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
  • Objects and Principles of the NDIS Act 2013: Australian Federal Parliament

Freedom Housing is the recipient of the: 

  • Australian Human Rights Commission Award for Business (2013)                                             


Concept plan (not building plan) for Freedom Housing now being developed in Sale (East Gippsland VIC) by George Gray Centre: more.

Freedom Housing is endorsed by the Department of Health and Human Services (VIC)

Freedom Housing is currently the most human rights compliant care and housing model. See the report:  

 Freedom Housing versus traditional models of care and accommodation: a comparative analysis.

This world-first innovative design is disruptive. It displaces demand for:

  • respite homes
  • group accommodation homes
  • nursing homes 
  • supported accommodation
  • independent living units
  • retirement villages
  • rehabilitation facilities
  • hospice care
  • hospital care

Freedom Housing has ushered in the era of non-institutional and non-custodial care.

The revolutionary paradigm of private 24/7 high-care housing has arrived.


If you wish to be considered as a potential Freedom Housing owner-occupier, lessee, or property investor, you are invited to place your name on our priority register. There is no obligation to proceed, but it secures an option. 

We are developing Freedom Housing apartments and houses all over Australia.

The sooner you register your interest, the sooner you will be selected for the next available development

Click on the Freedom Key logo opposite

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A detailed and informative presentation with a Q&A session can be arranged at your organisation's premises. 

The presentation is normally a minimum 60 minutes in length, with 30 minutes of Q&A afterwards. A presentation fee is applicable.

Freedom Housing is a patented design. Your organisation may develop Freedom Housing by license. We are happy to discuss.




1 July 2016

NDIS Melbourne Housing Showcase transcripts released:

The transcript of the presentation by Christos Iliopoulos, at the recent NDIS Melbourne Housing Showcase, may be downloaded: XML word.

2 June 2016

Another good reason to switch to Freedom Housing:

The Victorian Parliament Family and Community Development Committee has released its final report into its ‘Inquiry into abuse in disability services’.

This inquiry followed on from the Victorian Ombudsman’s 2015 investigation into abuse in the disability sector. Read more ...

2 June 2016


We had a great deal of interest in Freedom Housing at the Housing Showcase.

We are now pursuing private prospective developments in Warrnambool, Ballarat, and Echuca, to add to Sale! 





20 May 2016


SDA: Special Disability Accommodation

NDIA statement:

"Ensuring that people with disability have real choice and control over where they live and who they live with is an integral component in supporting NDIS participants to live ordinary lives.

For that choice and control to exist, the supply of innovative, affordable and accessible housing needs to increase.

The prices and processes contained in this paper have been designed to encourage the growth of that supply, whilst ensuring as smooth as possible transition for people in existing supported accommodation." 


13 May 2016

Our CEO Christos Iliopoulos has been invited to speak about Freedom Housing at: 

Housing Showcase
10AM - 4PM 
Tuesday 31 May 2016
Etihad Stadium Melbourne VIC

This is a free event for people with disability, their families, and carers. Food and drinks will be provided. We invite you to visit our display. Program and map. 


10 March 2016

Eliana Caserio is studying for her Advanced Diploma in Philosophical Counselling at the Scuola Superiore di Counseling Filosofico in Turin Italy under the supervison of Prof. Dr. Lodovico Berra.

She is visiting Australia on an internship to study the unique philosophical counselling method of Christos Iliopoulos. Christos established Australia's first philosophical counselling clinic (in Williamstown VIC) in 2006.

Eliana will also undertake particular research into the life-style changes, and the psychological impact of Freedom Housing on those with a disability: and those close to them. She will be interviewing individuals and families in Melbourne and in Sale.

Philosophical counselling relevant to individuals and families impacted by disability is Eliana's special focus. She is co-authoring a book on philosophical counselling with Christos.


'Peripatetic' philosophical therapy (above)

For philosophical therapy (Melb) call: 0438 356 145

11 July 2015

The George Gray Centre is developing Freedom Housing in East Gippsland Victoria more          


21 May 2015

Our submission to the Joint Senate Committee National Disability Insurance Scheme more


12 April 2015

Our CEO appeared as a witness, at the Senate committee hearing into the adequacy of existing residential care arrangements available for young people with severe physical, mental or intellectual disabilities in Australia more


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