Disabled people's income can be low or vary wildly depending on health. This can make buying a home, and the accessibility that brings, difficult.
For many disabled people, living in accessible accommodation is important and key to quality of life. It's sometimes hard to achieve this if you rent, whereas if you own your own home, you can ensure the environment is as you need it. But house-buying is a huge financial step and can come with complications. READ FULL STORY on the BBC Website (opens in a new window)