Early this morning Aquassure Accessible Baths’ Matthew Longman, CEO and Shari McDowell, CFO jumped onto a flight out of Kelowna heading for Toronto. They will be arriving early in preparation for their pitch day on CBC’s prime time television show Dragons’ Den. It was just March when the small Okanagan business got the phone call […]
When the time comes to make some changes to our homes to make them safe and accessible, we need to figure out how to pay for it. In BC, we are fortunate to have some tax credits available that ultimately reduce the overall costs, as well as a non-repayable grant for those that qualify.
People with mobility issues often need aids and specialty equipment to bathe safely and independently. There are many equipment and modification choices to consider and each person’s needs will be different.
originally published Wednesday, May 12th, 2010 In Canada, CMHC (Canada Mortgage and Housing) has forgivable loan financial assistance programs for homeowners and landlords to fund repairs, renovations, accessibility modifications, the creation of low-income rental units, and home adaptations. (sorry – not available in the USA)