Disability & Housing

The Disability population is diverse and so are their housing needs. Housing considerations for people with disabilities can be categorized into three areas: affordability in the need for homes for individuals with extremely low incomes and who otherwise can’t afford market-rate and even much of the affordable housing; accessibility in how buildings are physically designed and located to support individuals’ access needs including mobility, cognitive disabilities, sensory disabilities, and the full range of support needs; and inclusivity in how people are not segregated or isolated but able to receive what services they need in the community alongside people without disabilities.

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