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Queensland Disability Building

We are a leading NDIS-accredited building & renovation business with over 25 years of experience and welcome the opportunity to provide free on-site quotes for all NDIS applications.

QDIS Building provides all services required to meet your client’s needs. We can complete any bathroom, kitchen or general accessibility modifications to meet NDIS standards as well as design and construct new SDA approved dwellings.

We are a licenced and insured building business and all of our tradesman are licenced and insured and of the highest quality workmanship.

Bathroom Modifications

Bathroom modifications, such as grab bars, raised toilets, and roll-in showers, help individuals with disabilities safely and independently use the bathroom.

Kitchen Modifications

Kitchen modifications, such as lowered countertops, pull-out shelves, and adapted appliances, help individuals with disabilities to safely and independently use the kitchen.

Internal Accessibility

Internal accessibility modifications, such as ramps, elevators and widened doorways, help individuals with disabilities access all areas of a building safely and independently.

External Accessibility

External accessibility modifications, such as wheelchair ramps, curb cuts, and accessible parking spaces, help individuals with disabilities access all outdoor areas safely and independently.

Bathroom Modifications

Bathroom modifications can greatly improve the safety and independence for individuals with disabilities.

Common modifications include grab bars, raised toilets, roll-in showers, handheld shower heads, lever handles, non-slip flooring, accessible vanity and counter space, door widening, emergency call buttons, and adequate lighting. These modifications can be tailored to suit individual needs and preferences.

It’s important to consult with a professional, such as an occupational therapist or contractor, to determine the best modifications for your needs and to ensure proper installation.

Kitchen Renovations

Kitchen modifications are important for individuals with disabilities to be able to use the kitchen safely and independently. Some common modifications include:

  • Lowered countertops: These are countertops that are lower than standard countertops, making it easier for individuals who use wheelchairs to use the kitchen.
  • Pull-out shelves: These are shelves that can be pulled out of the cabinets, making it easier for individuals who have difficulty reaching high or low cabinets.
  • Adapted appliances: These are appliances that have been modified to make them easier to use, such as a stove with front controls, or a refrigerator with pull-out shelves.
  • Lever handles: These can be installed on cabinets and drawers for individuals who have difficulty grasping or turning traditional handles.
  • Non-slip flooring: This can be installed in the kitchen to prevent slips and falls, especially for individuals who have balance issues.
  • Lighting: Adequate lighting is important for safety, and can be enhanced with additional lighting fixtures, such as under-cabinet lights or motion-sensing lights, especially for people with visual impairments.
  • Emergency call buttons: These can be installed in the kitchen for individuals who need immediate assistance. Overall, kitchen modifications can greatly improve the quality of life for individuals with disabilities and allow them to live independently. It’s important to consult with a professional, such as an occupational therapist or contractor, to determine the best modifications for your needs and to ensure proper installation.

Internal Accessibility

Internal accessibility modifications are important for individuals with disabilities to be able to access all areas of a building safely and independently. Some common modifications include:

  • Ramps: These can be installed to provide access to areas that are only accessible by stairs.
  • Elevators: These can be installed to provide access to upper floors in buildings that have multiple levels.
  • Widened doorways: These can be installed to accommodate wheelchairs and other mobility devices.
  • Automatic door openers: These can be installed on doors to make it easier for individuals with mobility impairments to enter and exit the building.
  • Handrails: These can be installed on stairways and ramps to provide extra support and stability.
  • Signage: Proper and clear signage indicating the location of accessible entrances, restrooms, and other amenities is important for people with visual impairments.
  • Accessible parking: Adequate parking spaces for people with disabilities should be provided, with easy access to building entrances.
  • Accessible restrooms: Restrooms that are wheelchair accessible and have grab bars, raised toilets, and other accessibility features should be provided.

Overall, internal accessibility modifications can greatly improve the quality of life for individuals with disabilities and allow them to live independently. It’s important to consult with a professional, such as an occupational therapist or accessibility consultant, to determine the best modifications for your needs and to ensure proper installation.

External Accessibility

External accessibility modifications to residential homes are important for individuals with disabilities to be able to access their homes safely and independently. Some common modifications include:

  • Wheelchair ramps: These can be installed to provide access to the main entrance of the house, or to the front porch, if any.
  • Widened doorways: These can be installed to accommodate wheelchairs and other mobility devices.
  • Automatic door openers: These can be installed on doors to make it easier for individuals with mobility impairments to enter and exit the house.
  • Handrails: These can be installed on stairways and ramps to provide extra support and stability.
  • Accessible parking spaces: These should be provided in the driveway or the garage, with easy access to the main entrance of the house.
  • Accessible outdoor spaces: Steps, decks, patios, and gardens should be designed with accessibility in mind, with wide pathways, handrails, and other accessibility features.
  • Accessible outdoor lighting: Adequate lighting is important for safety, and can be enhanced with additional lighting fixtures, such as motion-sensing lights, especially for people with visual impairments.

Overall, external accessibility modifications to residential homes can greatly improve the quality of life for individuals with disabilities and allow them to live independently in their own homes. It’s important to consult with a professional, such as an accessibility consultant or contractor, to determine the best modifications for your needs and to ensure proper installation.

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