Odyssey Builders provides a range of home design, modification and maintenance services to assist our clients in living independently in their own homes.Learn More
Odyssey Builders has been providing occupational therapy assessments, home design and home modifications for over 20 years. Our Occupational Therapists are experts in creating home designs, tailored to your specific needs, to maximise freedom and accessibility in your home.Learn More
If you, your carer or your Occupational or Physical Therapist believes you may require modifications to your home to maintain your independence and live the life you wish to live, please call us and we can explain how you may be eligible for home modifications under the NDIS program.Learn More
Our home modifications team is certified with a full NSW Builder’s License which allows us to build any structure of any size and a comprehensive range of construction services. While we can build just about anything our specialty is making homes more accessible and enjoyable for our clients.Learn More
Odyssey Builders keeps those in the latter stages of their life and those living with a disability safe and independent in their home by modifying and maintaining the home environment to enhance individual capacity and needs.
Odyssey Builders specialises in providing quality and innovative construction services and support products that help customers remain living in their own home. We work with a strong network of approved suppliers to provide you with the best solution to meet your needs for everyday living.
This year we helped one of our clients to remain in his home and do what he loves doing best. Bill uses a wheelchair after a major accident in 2014. One leg was amputated and several metal rods were inserted into his spine to compensate for several crushed vertebrae. Despite these significant physical issues Bill was keen to return home after his rehabilitation, however the physical environment wouldn’t enable this.Learn More
A carpenter and joiner by trade, Scott Mills has a lifetime of experience and passion for working in the disability sector. Although Scott is no longer ‘on the tools’ his role with Odyssey Builders as site supervisor on the Home Modifications team has allowed him to continue to help those living with disability to remain living in their own homes.
Scott started his career by undertaking an apprenticeship with the Department of Health, working at the Gladesville Hospital which was then a medical facility that specialised in treating people with disability. He went on to run his own building business specialising in repairing and renovating period homes. When he and his family relocated to the Hunter he renovated ‘fixer uppers’ and later contracted for The Grey Army.