The second phase is an Acute Rehabilitation Facility with 32 beds upstairs and an open plan therapy section with an indoor swimming pool, and therapy offices downstairs . A donor will be sourced for this and once built the facility will be sublet to a doctor and therapists, and the Home will enjoy more sustainable income for the monthly running costs of the already existing 24 care facility. This facility will offer less acute rehabilitation therapy than offered in a trauma unit and at the same time offer recently injured individuals the opportunity to meet and mix with other persons with physical disabilities who have learnt to live fulfilling happy lives despite their misfortunes.
The third and final phase is a double storey wheelchair friendly Upliftment Centre. A donor for this building will also be sourced with possible naming rights. The lower level will be used for occupational type activities for the Home’s Residents and interested disabled community members. The upper level will be sublet to a call centre and/or training centre to generate further income for the monthly running of the 24 hour care centre.
In the end, AHCH will boast a secure holistic village for the care, rehabilitation, stimulation and option of independent living in a park like environment.