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Simple and Complex Home Modifications
Equisent Disability Services can perform all types of home modifications, such as widening of doorways and hallways for wheelchair access, install grabrails, handrails and hoists, install ramps (concrete and timber), assistive technology, disability compliant toilets and basins and any items identified in the Participant’s plan, discussed with their Occupational Therapist, Plan Manager, and Support Co-ordinator.
We often run special offers for Plan Managed clients, please contact us to arrange a quote.
Short and Medium Term Accommodation Solutions
Equisent has 2 projects planned for a custom built Short Term respite and Medium Term Accommodation Facility, with the aim to unblock bed availability in the hospital acute and rehabilitation sector, as well as relocate young people from nursing homes, answering the call of the Federal Government initiative to not have young people living in nursing homes by 2025.
Equisent in conjunction with its SDA Approved Provider partners, and our network of SIL collaboration partners, plan managers and support co-ordinators, has a planned rollout of over 100+ SDA properties over the next several years, focusing mainly on Victoria, and with partner projects in NSW and QLD. It will design to all SDA category types, Improved Liveability, Fully Accessible, Robust, and High Physical Support.
The Equisent SDA rollout is a true “asset-lite” off-balance sheet solution suitable for non-profit organisations, where the entirety of development and capital risk is held by Equisent, and the SDA and SIL provider operates the building once the keys are handed over, with all operating income paid by the NDIS. Contact us for more details on this exciting development pipeline.
NDIS Disability Services
Equisent is proud to present the EQUisent Accessible Living initiative – “EQUAL”
EQUAL properties provide NDIS Participants with appropriate accommodation solutions allowing them Choice and Control over their lives, to live with dignity and respect, meeting Australia’s commitment to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.