How Healthy Support WA is Making a Difference for People with Disabilities

At Healthy Support WA, we are proud to provide specialist disability SIL Accommodation Perth and WA. With five locations, including one in Bunbury, we offer support that is tailor-made to the individual needs of each client. From the moment you walk through our doors, you’ll notice that it’s easy to live independently and participate in activities with the right amount of care and support from our friendly staff and therapists to help you achieve your goals. We are very excited about what we can achieve together, which is why we are currently hiring new team members!

Helping people in need

For example, if you have a disability that impacts your daily living, we may be able to provide support with household tasks or Disabled Personal Care Perth so you can get back to enjoying life. We’re experts in our field, which means that we know how best to tailor care plans and programs to make sure they work for you and your family. If you’re interested in our services but aren’t sure what kind of help you need yet, give us a call or contact us online—we’ll take time to get to know you better before making recommendations. You should never feel pressured into doing something just because it makes sense to someone else—and if we don't think we're right for your needs, then it doesn't make sense at all!

All about wheelchair ramps

Founded in 2004, Wheelchair Ramp Specialists Perth offers wheelchair ramp installations that meet all State and Federal requirements. We take pride in installing wheelchair ramps according to Australian standards. Our friendly customer support staff are available 24/7 to guide you through each step of your custom-made order. In addition, they will also answer any questions you have about our services and equipment, as well as supply you with all pertinent information to help you make an informed decision regarding your purchase. They can be contacted through email or over phone at 1300 655 485.

Different kinds of ramps

A simple change in your home environment can improve your quality of life. Ramps are one such change that can help you stay mobile when you have a disability or injury. However, there are several different kinds of ramps to choose from, each designed to make getting around safer and easier. Here’s a rundown of some common types

1. Wheelchair Ramps: These provide access to homes, buildings and vehicles for people using wheelchairs or scooters. Wheelchair ramps are generally made of aluminum or steel and include an incline at least 8 inches high (to comply with ADA standards). They also typically feature an anti-slip surface on both sides so wheels don't get stuck.

2. Curb Cuts: Also known as curb ramps, these sloped cuts allow wheelchair users to roll over curbs without having to lift themselves up onto them first—making it much easier to get around in cities where curbs aren't always accessible.

Questions to ask before you call us

1) When did you find out about your disability?

2) What did your doctor say about it?

3) How do you know if your disability is causing problems?

4) Do you have any supports in place now, and if so what are they?

5) What would you like support with, specifically?

6) Where do you see yourself in 12 months’ time?

7) What kind of assistance do you want, who will provide it and how much will it cost.

8 ) Do friends or family help, if so how much and how often?

9) Are there any other services that can help? 10) Are there other people you could talk to about these issues?

11 ) If yes, please give details: Name: Telephone Number: Email Address: Reason for Contacting Us: How did you hear about us?: If we can be of further assistance please let us know how we can contact you. Your Name (required): Your Email (required): Phone Number (required): Your Message (required): Submit Reset We also offer specialized wheelchair accessible car hire across Perth & Western Australia.

What Happens After We Arrive

When people visit our premises, we greet them and answer any questions they may have about services we provide. We then give visitors plenty of time to look around and ask as many questions as they like. Many facilities don’t offer such personalized attention; instead, interested visitors are expected to fill out forms before they can even speak to an employee. We aim to make everyone feel welcome, relaxed, and comfortable on site so that they can learn more about our services without being pressured or rushed. For example: We understand that navigating a new facility can be stressful so we do everything we can to ensure our guests feel at ease when visiting us.

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