Housing Choices Are Limited For People With Developmental Disabilities, Survey Finds.

February 10, 2020

Disability Scoop (2/10) reports a national report from The Arc “finds housing choices are limited for people with developmental disabilities who often get little say about where they might live when they leave home.” Based on a survey of 615 people, the report found that “about 75 percent of adults with disabilities live with an aging parent or caregiver and most are not utilizing public supports or services” and “more than half of families have no plan for the future.”

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