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Free advice for lifelong home design from Enable New Zealand

Free advice for lifelong home design from Enable New Zealand

6 December 2013

Cantabrians looking to rebuild, renovate or relocate, Enable New Zealand can help with free advice on your designs.

Building or renovating can present a number of challenges and Enable New Zealand can help take some of the stress away. Imagine your home and health in five, ten, or 15 years, what are your needs likely to be? How can you plan your home to enable living there without extensive renovations in the future?
Small changes at the design stage are likely to make a huge difference to the liveability of your home in the future. As you consider the range of products and options on offer, the team at Enable New Zealand can assist you to make informed decisions based on your needs and best-practice solutions.

Enable New Zealand delivers a range of services for older people and disabled people. These services are contracted by the Ministry of Health, ACC and for some other District Health Boards.

The Office for Senior Citizens, Ministry of Social Development and the Ministry of Health have contracted Enable New Zealand to provide free expert advice to people in the Canterbury region about how they can plan their homes to meet their likely future needs.

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