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This section gives information on grants that are available and how to apply for them.
If you or someone you live with has a disability, we have a range of services and publications that can help. This page describes the help that is available, and provides links to more detailed information and guidance.
We may be able to help with making adaptations for your home. Find out more.
Learn about the process for requesting adaptations to the heating in your home.
Details about the type of minor adaptations we can make to Housing Executive tenant's homes without a referral.
Details about the type of adaptations we can make to Housing Executive tenant's homes.
Housing adaptations for people with a disability are split into two categories - major and minor. Get examples of the type of adaptations that can be made.
Learn about the adaptations we can help with if you own your home.
Learn about major adaptations that can be made for Housing Executive tenants.
There are agencies who can offer free help with applications for adaptations in privately owned or privately rented property.
Learn about the adaptations that can be made for housing association tenant's homes, and how the process works.
Details about minor adaptations that can be made with a referral.
If your home requires an adaptation, there are four main steps you need to follow.
Learn about technology and simple adaptations that could be added to any home to help those over 65 with personal safety, accessiblity and household management.
Occupational therapists can help to assess the adaptations you may need for your home. This page gives information about how they can help.