More Than Homes, Building Inclusive Communities

Data-Driven Housing & Community Development

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Neuro-Inclusive Housing

Nearly everyday, individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities including autism are displaced or experience homelessness due to lack of residential options in their community.

The current housing stock is largely inaccessible, yet innovation in design, supportive amenities and technology can address many of the barriers. Neuro-inclusive housing means residential opportunities are created to be financially, physically and cognitively accessible. 

Working together, we can face the crisis head-on to create better housing and community solutions for everyone informed by data that meets both the needs and preferences of the neurodiverse population. 


I'm now convinced that no one knows more about the current housing situation for people with IDD than Desiree...which is why I call her back a few times to get her to explain the ins and outs of the current situation.

Cammie McGovern, author of Hard Landings: Looking into the Future for a Child with Autism