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One severe shortage of affordable housing is for individuals with disabilities. The Supreme Court's Olmsted decision laid the legal framework to move those who can live in their communities out of nursing facilities. Lives of choice within neighborhoods improves functioning and quality of life. What is needed are units in transportation centers that allow walkability to daily needs like shopping, visitability, public transportation and unit accessibility...The problem is that many of these individuals have incomes of only SSI/SSDI and places like those described start out at the top of the $$$ hill. Some units need to be incorporated in all these new developments for these folks who require these amenities for daily life. It is only just that all benefit from development, not just the few, the wealthy or the connected.

by Chris J. on Dec 20, 2012 5:04 pm • linkreport

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