Yep. She's special needs so she'll be living indoors for the foreseeable future.
I've definitely been considering Seramas! My boss has some so I get to work with them daily. I love the little guys! I'm just not sure I want to get something with much flight capability. I'd like to make the brooder about 3' tall but I don't want to cover it so it's very easy to access. But I also don't want chickens running all over my bedroom! Maybe a Silkied or Frizzled Serama? I know both have less flight capability than a flat feather, but I'm not sure if they'd be capable of hopping 3 feet.
Holy crap I love that design! Similar to what I want to do, except I don't think I'm going to cover it so I can access it easily. I was gonna do a partial roof and put the laying box, roosting shelf, and feeders and waterers hung under it. I was just thinking I would do a 2x3 board over the end, to make a little overhang/safe space.
Judging by my own 2 Silkie hens -- no, they don't fly well but they can get lift for short distances and my 2 girls can hop up as high as 4 feet. They don't do it often but mine are capable of it. When I make barriers across doors in the house, I have to put up something higher than a baby gate because if they're determined they will hop up 4 feet or get injured thinking they can do it. If the barrier is higher it will discourage their hopping attempts.