A project in Phoenix, AZ called “First Place Arizona” as it may be the first place someone with autism lives when they leave home.
https://www.cnn.com/2013/07/11/world/europe/wus-holland-dementia-village/index.html This is a documentary about a Community for people with end stage Alzheimer’s. Very creative and inspiring
https://hogeweyk.dementiavillage.com This is the website of the organization for the community covered in the above documentary.. There is other information out there if you Google
This is the successful intergenerational community model that has inspired the E.N.C., Inc. that has brought seniors together with families adopting children who have experienced foster care
http://www.3lplace.org/ This is site for a group 3LPlace that provides individualized learning for those with neurological differences. They have a comprehensive curriculum that they have made public that enables the educators and service providers to meet the needs and goals of each individual. The three L’s stand for Learning, Living, and Linking.
Movin’ Out offers affordable, accessible rental housing to people whose disabilities qualify them for supportive services administered by long term support programs. Movin’ Out offers independent, community-integrated rental homes that do not require licensing as a facility but that can accommodate the provision of supportive services. Elven Sted is a completed development of 33 units of new multi- family housing situated on the Yahara River at the corner of 8th and Dunkirk in Stoughton. Elven Sted is an affirmatively inclusive community: the units are attractive examples of the best in workforce and family rental housing. Several units are adapted to meet accessibility needs of family members with disabilities.
A coming venture in Washington, DC called “Mainstreet”. https://mainstreetconnect.org/
Boards formed around the individual to support his/her needs and personal journey in life. The following links are just a few
http://ateamwisconsin.org/page/contact ATeam My Work. My Choice. An advocacy organization in Wisconsin working to protect appropriate choices in prevocational work for persons with disabilities.
www.assew.org Autism Society of Southeast Wisconsin
The Office of Autism Research Coordination (OARC) coordinates and manages the Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee (IACC) and related cross-agency autism spectrum disorder (ASD) activities, programs, and policies. The IACC is a federal advisory committee mandated by Congress to coordinate ASD related activities across the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
https://iacc.hhs.gov/meetings/working-group-meetings/2019/housing/workshop/july23/ This was a workshop on Autism Housing Issues. WAS TERRIFIC!