Home organisation and holistic interior design are important considerations when creating a living space for people with disabilities. By taking into account both the physical and emotional needs of the person, it is possible to create a space that is both functional and inviting, promoting independence, comfort, and well-being.
Home Organistaion and Decluttering
Besides Holistic Healing, Star of Avyon specialises in home organisation services to those with NDIS funding.
This involves decluttering and organising a designated space in the home or office to make it easier for people to navigate and find what they need. This can involve the filing of paperwork, removal of unwanted clothing or home appliances, and installing shelves, drawers, and other storage solutions to maximise space and reduce clutter.
When combined with holistic interior design, it takes things a step further by considering not only the physical needs of the person with a disability but also their emotional and psychological needs. It involves creating a space that is aesthetically pleasing and promotes relaxation, eases anxiety, and improves wellbeing. This can be achieved through the careful selection of furniture, lighting, colour schemes, and decorative items that create a calming and inviting atmosphere.
When designing a living space for someone with a disability, it is important to take into account their specific needs and requirements. For example, people with mobility impairments may require wider doorways, ramps, and handrails to move around the space safely and comfortably. People with visual impairments may benefit from the use of contrasting colours and textures to help them navigate the space.
We understand that decluttering can be a daunting task, which is why we are here to help and we provide one-on-one consultations and offer tailored solutions to fit each individual’s needs.