The team at McGill can provide social housing providers with disabled adaptation services.
We know that as people get older, they are less able to do certain things and carry out simple tasks. The way in which their homes are designed can greatly impact what they can and cannot do independently.
Likewise, people who have disabilities can struggle to cope in a home environment that is not adapted to their needs. For example, getting in and out of the bath can be difficult, if not impossible for many.
The team of specialists at McGill are able to carry out a range of disabled adaptions for local authorities and registered social landlords all over Scotland.
We can design and install the following:
- Wet rooms
- Walk in showers
- Hand rails and grab rails
- Non-slip flooring
- Nurse and warden call systems
After all, well designed disabled adaptions give elderly and infirm people the freedom and independence to live in their own home for as long as possible.
To find out more about the disabled adaptation services from McGill, get in touch with the team today.