Housing Options for Adults with IDD

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Housing options for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities

Home can mean different things to different people. Home can be in a variety of settings, such as an apartment where you live alone or a house you share with relatives or non-related roommates. To accommodate your disability, you may need services in your home. Or you may want to consider housing options that include services and are designed to meet your needs.