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The Freedom Key is the common facilities building which connects the four houses in a Freedom Housing nest, and which acts as a carer station.
 
There are four Freedom Key houses or apartments in a Freedom Housing nest. The drawing is that of a Freedom Housing development in a housing estate in Gippsland. 
 
The Freedom Key element provides the efficiencies and the logistical structures which enable us (persons with disabilities) to secure our freedom from custodial models* of care and accommodation. 
 
The Freedom Key enables our families to free themselves from the perpetual obligation to provide care for us. It is the key to such freedoms: hence Freedom Key.
 
The Freedom Key logo is that of a person's head, with lines radiating from it. The lines indicate that it is our physical and our subjective needs which ought to be privileged (person-centred). The image is also that of a keyhole for obvious reasons. 
 
Our aim is to even the playing field for persons with disabilities - and for those requiring aged care - and for their respective families, and to reduce misery and increase happiness for all concerned. 
 
The Freedom Housing website provides information about what Freedom Housing is and explains the benefits of the model for those living in it. The Freedom Key website (here) provides information about how a Freedom Housing nest is powered by the Freedom Key. That is, how it operates, or put more simply: what it does and how it works to provide the benefits.
 
Freedom Key Pty Ltd is a social enterprise and is the owner of the patents and the registered trade names of Freedom Housing and Freedom Key. It licenses the development of Freedom Housing nests as the franchisor.
 
Freedom Key Pty Ltd also provides training and accreditation to organisations which provide services to Freedom Housing nests.
 
Freedom Key Pty Ltd holds the conceptual and the legal intellectual property rights of the Freedom Housing concept. 
 
 
*nursing homes, group accommodation homes, respite homes, hospices