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This conversation is between Devinder Singh, B.Eng, MBA. and Cr Terrence Winner JP Winner, the CEO, shared The internal accessibility of houses is an important aspect to consider when addressing the housing needs of individuals with disabilities. While there have been conversations and efforts to improve the situation, the current status is still poor. However, the issue has been identified, and various stakeholders, including local government, private sector organizations, and not-for-profit entities, are actively engaged in discussions on how to make housing more accessible.

Furthermore, efforts are being made to enhance support services in growing communities. This includes increasing the presence of professionals such as nurses, teachers, and occupational therapists, who can provide the necessary assistance and care. However, it is important to acknowledge that finding a comprehensive solution is not easy. It will require investment from multiple levels of government, as well as active participation from the private sector and not-for-profit organisations.

Overall, while progress is being made, addressing the internal accessibility of houses and improving the housing stock available for individuals with disabilities will require ongoing collaboration and investment from various stakeholders.

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