Moving is difficult for everyone, as it includes a lot of household chores, saying goodbye to family and friends and hiring a moving company, which takes a good amount of time and energy. What about those living with disabilities? Challenges for them will take a whole new level. Here are a few tips from the desk of experts which can make the moving process smoother and less stressful.
If you’re currently using any local disability service, look for the same if such facilities are available in your new hometown. The fast you process the information, early you can prepare the papers. The local housing authority or the city council should be able to give the services you have applied for.
People living with a disability needs extra assistance during move. So, besides hiring our best removal specialists in Gold Coast, make sure there are accessibility adaptions to your new home. We can offer personalised transition plan and make sure you get the tasks completed putting less intervention.
If you’re moving to your new home, take a few spare time to do an assessment and check out a few things-
If you’re renting a property, discuss your requirement with your landlord ahead of time, so that you can move into your new home with ease. Besides, make sure you can have the necessary modification to prepare the place for move-in day.
It’s a wise decision to make a list of emergency care facilities, primary physician care and other specialists who can respond you on emergency. Put the emergency contacts in the list as well.
Unpacking the huge boxes can take time, so it’s wise decision to have an overnight packing filled with the essentials only. It may include medicines, charging towels, comfortable clothing, walking assistance etc. Considering these all can surely make your journey as smooth as possible.
our Gold Coast interstate removalists will help you to unpack with attention to detail. They ensure belongings are organised, straightforward and easy as well.
While ensuring accessibility as mentioned above, make sure you will be scoping out the potential hazards from the new home. Here are a few things you should look for-
Lastly, get to your neighbours and learn about your surroundings you will start living. Apart from some helpful neighbours around, you will find some valuable organisations near your home, which can help people with disabilities. You may find some centres for independent living as well, who can provide counselling besides necessary assistance.