If you are considering adding a ramp to a Granny Flat, there are a few things you should keep in mind. In this blog post, we’ll discuss the benefits of adding a ramp, the different types of ramps available, and some important factors to consider.
Building a Granny Flat is not just about creating a space for your loved ones, but also ensuring that it is designed to cater to their specific needs. That’s why we have a dedicated Care Customer Specialist, Shayoni Shah, who’s trained to provide exceptional support for clients who require extra care in their Granny Flat build
From lighting, temperature control, sight smell and touch, to safety and smart technology. We take a closer look at the various customisations that help sensory adaptation and processing in a new home.
Families of children with disabilities often face a range of challenges when it comes to planning for their future, including financial planning. A specialist disability trust (SDT) is a legal arrangement that can provide peace of mind and financial security for families of children with disabilities.
Need a family agreement, or a ‘granny flat agreement’? Following a few key tips can help ensure your ‘legal interest’ in the property can be protected if the arrangement unexpectedly doesn’t work out as planned. Additionally, they could help you avoid expensive and stressful legal action down the road.
Caring for family members, whether they are elderly or have disabilities, can be emotionally and physically draining. Your own physical space away from family can provide a respite from these responsibilities, allowing caregivers to focus on their own needs and well-being.
Being a parent is a challenging role in and of itself, but when you have children with disabilities, it can be emotionally and physically exhausting. As a caregiver, it’s essential to recognise the importance of self-care to maintain your well-being and provide the best care possible for your children.
From flooring to storage, bathroom to kitchen, and electrical features, we take a closer look at the various customisations that can be made to improve accessibility, safety, and comfort within a disability granny flat.
Moving out of home can be a daunting concept for young adults with an illness or disability, especially for those who are usually quite reliant on their parents. It can be an equally anxious time for parents or relatives of adults with disability, who want to see their family members learn and mature to become more independent people, but would feel more comfortable keeping their family close.
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