Emma Lyons was joined by Jonathan France to discuss how finding and adapting accommodation for those affected by catastrophic injury has changed since Covid-19.
Jonathan explored the new challenges presented to individuals and rehab teams in finding suitable property for people who have sustained life-changing injuries. He explained the difficulties experienced by patients transitioning from hospital to home and the impact Covid-19 has had on this.
Jonathan also discussed the effect of Covid-19 on adaptations to properties and whether it is likely to have a long-term impact.
Finally, he offered top tips for rehab teams working with clients who are renting or purchasing adapted properties in the current climate.
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About the guest speaker – Jonathan France, Managing Director of France and Associates
Jonathan France is Managing Director of specialist disability architects, France and Associates. He is a Chartered Architectural Professional and was one of the first people in the UK to achieve Fellow Membership status with the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists. Jonathan is also an associate member of Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors and the Royal Institute of British Architects
He has many years’ experience acting as an accommodation expert in serious injury cases. Jonathan works collaboratively with many of the UK’s leading lawyers, case managers and occupational therapists to support them and their clients on a journey to source properties or land, build new or adapt properties to provide specialist accommodation for catastrophically injured persons and their families.
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