Renter’s Rights and Housing Assistance for People with Disabilities

Living independently is a goal for many adult children with disabilities. It’s an important part of having a fulfilling life, and the drive for freedom exists regardless of ability.  Medical advancements, supportive therapies, and architectural trends have made it possible for adult children with special needs to not only live, but thrive among their peers.

Read more about the renter’s rights and housing supports available for individuals with special needs seeking to live on their own.