The master bedroom and child’s bedroom are divided by a moveable wall. It brought Wayne and Emma peace of mind that Jessika was only metres away from them at night.
The lifting equipment is designed to safely carry a child from the bedroom to the bathroom. Jessika didn’t need use of the hoist and it was able to be packed away with the other equipment in specially customised cupboards.
The bath in the accessible bathroom features regulated water temperature and height adjustments. Jessika loved the bath as did her mum and dad - having it at the perfect height meant no strain on their backs while Jessika soaked in the medicated solution.
The garden is designed to be a destination in itself, an area for children to play which is safe and secure. Both Jessika and her brother Jakob felt that the cubby house was the best part of their holiday - playing ‘shop’ was a firm favourite.
The large storage room caters for medical equipment, supplies and a substantial assortment of play options for guests of all ages.
The bunk room sleeps up to four and is on a separate wing. Jakob was able to have his own space with plenty of activities to keep him entertained. He loved sleeping on the top bunk bed.
This self-contained bedroom/living area is the perfect space for carers and extended family.
Kitchen, Dining and Living
The Beach House features a large open living, dining and kitchen space with views across the lake and central garden. Jakob loved spinning Jessika around on the big round chair.
The outdoor deck is a spacious area allowing wheelchairs to easily navigate. It was also the perfect spot for Emma and Wayne to relax and enjoy a morning cup of coffee while the kids played in the cubby house.
By far the favourite room in the House! Jessika and Jakob were completely entertained by the multi-sensory equipment.