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Making A Dementia Friendly Home

If you have dementia, living at home can give you more independence. By making slight modifications to your home, you can continue to enjoy it, and keep up routines and activities that are familiar to you.

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Unaccessible kitchen
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Living With A Disability

Living with disability is no easy task. Simple tasks such as preparing a meal, bathing or simply leaving your home can become difficult or even impossible.

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Elderly person sitting alone in house
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Social Isolation

No one likes to feel lonely or isolated, but for many seniors, it’s a feeling they know all too well.

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Man in wheelchair in his accessible kitchen
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The reality of accessible housing during lockdown

Accessible homes can change lives. This can mean increased independence, inclusion and quality of life. For example, good standard wheelchair housing could make the difference in being able to hold down a job, attend full-time education or simply visit family and friends.

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Enquiry Form

Let us know what your problems are around the house and we will provide solutions. We can give you ideas of products that can help, or we can assist in changing the layout of your house and garden so that it becomes useable.

Contact us

Unit 4 Old Co-Op Buildings
Front Street,
Newcastle Upon Tyne,
United Kingdom
NE16 6LX

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