For many individuals, living independently in the community can be a challenge due to issues relating to age and/or disability. This can impact upon their ability to live independently and lead a quality, fulfilling life.
Additionally the challenges and risks posed by unsuitable accommodation can lead to significant costs to the individual, those who care for them, the state and society as a whole.
Various studies show that as a result of the installation of aids and adaptations, there is a significant reduction in the risk of falls and an increase in both quality of life and the ability of customers to stay in their own homes rather than move into a care setting.
Whilst there is no legal obligation to provide an aids & adaptations service, Bromford has committed through the provision of aid and adaptations to support the needs of our customers and their families in relation to disabilities, poor or chronic health or long-term illness.
We want to provide homes where individuals really want to live, with independence, privacy, confidence and dignity. Sometimes this means having to alter the property as the customers’ needs change.
Aids and adaptation’s assist customers by both improving the quality of their lives and reducing risks to health and safety. This enables customers to lead lives with greater choice, control and independence and can improve their physical and emotional wellbeing.