Cohousing communities are intentional communities where residents choose to be part of a community and live in a more neighbourly and collaborative way. Designed to support sociability, communities typically have a shared garden and a ‘common house’ where residents can meet, eat and socialize together. Cohousing communities are a form of community-led housing, residents are typically involved in the design of their community and go on to collectively manage it.
“We need to move beyond the welcome expressions of interest and urgently find ways how we can widen the housing choices for people with a learning disability.”
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Blogs – Housing LIN Source: Cohousing plus: Widening the housing choices for people with a learning disability – Blogs – Housing LIN
Housing and Learning Disability: Transforming care and support