Design Services for Independent Living.
Supporting individuals and families to remain in their home through making changes to the home environment – to make things easier, and to help a person retain their independence.
Design Able Living provides design advice to enhance safe and independent living
Design Able Living provides design advice to enhance safe and independent living, for people with a range of abilities, including children, adults and ageing parents. Projects over the past 10 years range in size, cost and complexity – from small but essential improvements to existing houses, to new home designs with features to support people with complex care needs.
Completed works include bathroom modifications (level entry showers and accessible toilets); re-modelled accessible kitchens and ramps for wheelchair entry.
Contact Andrew Cross – Registered Architect & Occupational Therapist – to find out how to achieve home improvements to better suit your needs.
Designs to support people to live in their own home
Design Able Living aims to support people to remain in their own home through making changes to the home environment, to make things easier and safer for people, and to help a person retain their independence.
Project with a collaborative, client-focused approach
Design Able Living offers a collaborative, client-focused approach, providing many opportunities for discussion and review at all stages of a project. This ensures that the solution responds to both the needs and desires of our clients, whilst also achieving budget and timeline considerations.
Founder of Design Able Living, Andrew Cross, is an Occupational Therapist and a Registered Architect with over 25 years of industry experience.
We provide access consultancy, assessment and advice
Design Able Living provides accessible design services, access compliance and access audits. These services are provided across a range of projects including residential, commercial, educational, health and community facilities.