Griffith Post School Options has finished construction on the first two in a series of specialised disability accommodation.
The buildings were developed and built over the last three years, with construction finishing just recently on the first two buildings. Another three are still in development but hoped to be finished soon.
The homes feature three bedrooms each, providing a number of independent homes with care nearby.
General manager of GPSO Roy Catanzariti said that it had been a long process but would pay off by bringing further independence for their clients.
"It's been part of our planning, we want to help as many people as possible to be as independent as possible," he explained.
The buildings feature such accessibility innovations as voice activation, electric blinds, adjustable tables and hands-free doors. They're located just next to the main GPSO building, so residents will be able to use the services located there.
An outdoor area is fitted with a large number of solar panels, providing renewable electricity to the properties as well as shade.
Mr Catanzariti added that the three neighbouring buildings were hoped to be completed soon.
"Three more are in development, slabs are down. Everything is in line, hopefully they'll be ready by mid-to-late next year ... We're trying to do our best to assist our clients and the Griffith community."
"We are so excited to have our Participants moving into these state of the art accommodations. GPSO has been operating since 1993 and are ecstatic that we are able to offer these supports to people with disability in our community."
He continued and added that they were hoping to have residents move in as soon as lockdown lifts
The property next door measures up at four acres, with design and planning for the next stage of properties to be commenced in the near future.
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