Why accessible housing matters 

Being able to maintain a sense of independence in our lives is important to all of us. However, some of us require extra support to maintain a sense of independence and control in daily life.

Why is it important?

People with disabilities can often find it hard to live in houses that don’t allow them to be independent. Accessible housing is important as this allows people with disabilities to live independently and participate in day-to-day activities without any barriers. Accessible housing can also lead to reduced accidents and help people feel happier, which in turn improves their mental state.

What accessible housing support do CAC offer? 

At Community Access Care, we understand that people may need a little support to do day-to-day things around the home, whether that may be getting ready, using appliances or following a routine. With home care support from our carers, these activities can be approached in a way that enables an individual to have greater responsibility and autonomy in their daily lives.

At Community Access Care, we have a Supported Independent Living house in Toowoomba. This home has: 

  • At least one level entrance 
  • Internal doors and corridors that do not impede movement between spaces
  • Toilets that are easily accessible 
  • Bathrooms that are easily accessible
  • Single story

Everyone deserves a place to live where they can live comfortably and independently. Community Access Care is dedicated to providing disability care and working with Participants to help them realise a level of independence.

Community Access Care provides home modifications to make sure that every nook and cranny is accessible and that our Participants are 100% happy and comfortable.

Get in touch with our friendly team, and we will assist you as soon as we can:
Phone: 1300 522 104
Email: [email protected]