An adaptation is the alteration of the disabled person's home to enable better access and use of essential facilities. An example of these would be a ramp, stairlift, or door widening. If adaptations are recommended, the arrangements and funding will depend on who owns the property you live in. In some circumstances there will be a financial assessment.
For owner occupiers and private tenants,may be available
If you're not happy
If you disagree with your assessment or the proposed provisions you can ask for a reassessment. If you're unhappy with the quantity or quality of service provided you should discuss this with the service provider, your occupational therapist or your care manager.