Professionals: Request a minor adaptation for a child or young person

If you are a health or social care practitioner and have identified, through an assessment, that a child or young person requires minor adaptations to help them stay safe and independent at home, you can submit a request online for the council to complete the adaptations.

If you are a professional requesting a minor adaption for an adult (age 18 and above), please use the minor adaption process for adults.

Before you start

Some points to consider before you make a referral:

Is your client a tenant of a registered social landlord?

If yes, please discuss your request with the RSL first, as they may be able to complete the works or grant permission.

Is your client a private tenant?

If yes, you must get permission from the landlord for the works to be completed before you make a referral.

Make a referral

This application should only be completed by a health or social care practitioner.

You will need to provide the following information:

  • Property details and whether it is owned, privately rented or housing association.
  • Description of work required.
  • Supporting documents or photos to assist the technicians carrying out the recommended works. These can be scanned files or photos which you can upload with your application
  • Child’s details, including name, address, date of birth.
  • Contact details to arrange installation at property.

Request a minor adaptation for a child or young person

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What happens next?

When we receive your request, we will contact your client within 10 working days to arrange an appointment date and time for the works to be completed.