What Can Group Homes Offer People with Disabilities?

Group homes are homes in the community where a disability service provider both maintains and controls a household as well as coordinates the supports for those who live in the home. (Learn more about this and other models by watching…

How Campus Models Help Seniors Stay Connected

Bill, a charming 56-year-old Southern gentleman sits proudly under the lifetime’s worth of taekwondo medals and the sashes from being crowned the “Annandale Village [homecoming] King.” Bill has an intellectual disability and lives in a nursing home at Annandale Village,…

Designing Living Spaces for Autism on a Budget

As someone who is deaf, I have personally experienced the impact of architectural and design strategies utilized in the creation of spaces for Deaf and Hard of Hearing (D/HOH) people, especially at Gallaudet University and other schools for the Deaf.…

You Aut to Know: What Helps Adults with Autism Thrive

One of my biggest concerns, like most others out there, is about the future. We all deserve one, and many of us try our best to build it. Whether it’s our career, finances, social life, or elsewhere, every one of…

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