Adapting Your Home through a NIHE Disabled Facilities Grant
For those with a disability or mobility issue, disabled home adaptations offer a suitable solution enabling them to remain in their home, whether it be owner occupied or privately rented, simply by adapting the living environment to help it meet their needs.
Disability can affect an occupants use and enjoyment of their home, from not managing the stairs, to being unable to independently go outside or use the bath. If your disability or mobility effects how you live in your house, there may be a way of adapting so that your house once again becomes your home.
There are a range of adaptations that can be made to a property, even a minor adaptation can make a major difference to someone’s home life. Click here to find out more. To find out what adaptations may be suitable for your needs, speak to Radius Staying Put.
Radius’s Staying Put service provides free practical support and advice (Government Funded) for disabled and/or elderly people applying for a Northern Ireland Housing Executive Disabled Facilities Grant for a disabled home adaptation. Our Housing Advisors and Technical Advisors are here to assist you in your disabled facility grant application and can provide technical advice and support throughout your home adaptations.
Each year Radius Staying Put
• Completes over 900 visits to new clients
• Submits over 650 grant applications ready for NIHE approval
• Assists in the satisfactory completion of over 650 disabled grant adaptations
• Contacts its clients to help us further improve the quality of our service to you.