Housing & Mortgages for People with Disabilities
There are many options for your loved one when it comes to housing. There are details that you will need to look into such as does your loved one need Consolidated Waiver in order to move into that specific residence. Your Supports Coordinator can help you figure out what is the best fit for his or her needs. Below are links to help you define the different options.
The Arc Alliance is looking to create a unique alternative to the typical options families currently have available. The Special Tiny House on Wheels is a unique option enabling individuals not only to live independently after graduation from high school but also a way that both the individual and family can develop confidence and experience in a safe and close to the families home environment.
The house can be uniquely designed for the individual and the family can decide where the house will be located on their property. This is an opportunity to teach your loved one to be more independent while still be close in proximity in case a parent is needed. The tiny house will be owned by the special needs individual and can be moved to another site in the future. Not only can this be a learning experience for the family but the future will open up to many options for the individual in his/her future.
This guide has been created to help individuals living with disabilities, and their family members, in the process of buying a home of their own. Here you can learn more about the five important steps in buying a home and about financial assistance programs that are available for you living with disabilities, who want to buy a home.
After reading this guide to home ownership for people living with disabilities, you will know more about:
- The advantages and disadvantages of buying a home
- The most important steps in the home-buying process
- Common terms related to home-buying
- How to get started in your quest to purchase a home
- Financial assistance geared toward enabling you living with disabilities to buy your own homes