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We are excited to invite you to join our Autism Housing Network (AHN)! The questions below will be used as filters for results and reflect the market segmentations as described in the ground-breaking report, A Place in the World: Fueling Housing and Community Options for Adults with Autism and other Neurodiversities.

Please answer the following questions about your existing or emerging Organization or Housing Listing. Each form will create one Housing Listing. If you have various properties in different states, please submit an application for each state. If you have multiple properties in multiple areas in one state, please contact us to decide how many applications should be created. 

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The terms in this category specify the relationship between the property (residential unit or housing development) and individualized, Medicaid-funded or private-pay Long-Term Services and Supports (LTSS). These terms indicate whether or not residents use a third-party LTSS provider at the listing.

Properties designed for people with disabilities are in varying stages of development; existing options are limited. This category includes terms that indicate the availability of a residential unit or property based on the stage of development and level of occupancy.

This category refers to the level of individualized support services for activities of daily living that residents of the listing may utilize (whether from your entity or another service provider).

The LTSS Delivery Model refers to the methods for delivering individualized Long-Term Services and Supports (LTSS).

This category describes the different types of residents that your listing may aim to serve through design, physical amenities and supportive amenities. Some properties do not target any specific residential market (open to general market)

Some residential communities and developments, particularly planned communities, cater to particular lifestyle interests through the physical and supportive amenities they offer or their proximity to other amenities. There are many possible lifestyles to which a property may cater. Listings can use this category to communicate with prospective residents about the culture and community of their property.

This category describes your listings type of real estate development.

This category describes the type/s of home/s offered, with reference to their physical design, size and sales model. Listings can use this category to specify the type(s) of housing they offer to prospective residents.

Physical amenities are built features of the residential unit, building and/or development that make life easier and more enjoyable for residents. This category includes some common physical amenities but is not a comprehensive list.

Supportive amenities are supports or features voluntarily provided by a property, typically via paid staff, that make life easier and/or more enjoyable for residents. Supportive amenities are part of the property and benefit all residents; they are not individualized LTSS. The cost of supportive amenities may be covered in rent, tuition or out-of-pocket fees. This category includes some common supportive amenities but is not a comprehensive list. Supportive amenities are also referred to as soft infrastructure or built-in supportive amenities.

There are multiple ways an individual can financially acquire housing. This section highlights some common approaches. Housing providers can use this category to communicate with prospective residents about how the property is financially structured, how it accepts payment and what is included with payment.

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