Defining Inclusive Communities

The Kelsey defines inclusive housing as housing with residents who are a mix of people with and without disabilities. But why does inclusion matter? How does it specifically benefit the community? The management and building staff will serve all residents, with and without disabilities. In inclusive housing, these efforts foster interaction, understanding, and connection across people of all abilities and backgrounds.

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