At Fruition Homes we understand how important it is for your home to grow alongside you. This is why we have implemented an exclusive Adaptable Living Homes range for our clients.
Fruition Homes, through the Independent Builders Network, was introduced to a market of housing by the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and decided to get involved due to many common interests.
Adaptable Living Homes developed from us viewing current building practices and understanding the need to reflect the dynamic characteristics of our buyers. Creating a housing product which catered for the disabled, ageing, growing family or injured through future proofing was a vital step towards achieving this.
Adaptable Living Homes follows the Livable Housing Australia guidelines. These guidelines are about making homes easier to access, navigate through and live in. By doing this as part of the building process we are providing a more cost-effective way to adapt to changes in life and make it easier to change your home to suit, as opposed to changing afterwards which can be a very costly experience.
Our aim is to build homes to meet the needs of young families, people with sporting or traumatic injuries, assist the ageing community and to cater for people or families with disabilities. The key to a Livable Housing Design is to build homes that meet the ever-changing needs of the occupants across their lifetime.
Adaptable Living Homes are perfect for the following:
Adaptable Living Homes will be designed with comfort, safety and ease of access as core design features.
These features make it easier for parents to manoeuvre prams, carry shopping into the house, easier for people with a disability or temporary injury to move around and create a more spacious environment for the ageing.
These features will allow key living spaces to be more easily and cost effectively adapted to meet the changing needs and abilities of home occupants such as ageing baby boomers and people who have or acquired a disability.
A few design aspects that best explain this: