In this section you will find information on active housing opportunities in Alberta where autistic adults are living with various levels of support. Have a read through the opportunities and see if any of them seem like a good fit for you.

As we build out this section, we would welcome knowing of other opportunities that are available for housing and supports for adults on the autism spectrum across Alberta. If you are working on a housing project or are aware of one that you would like to have added to this page, please email us at housinginfo@sinneavefoundation.org.

Bishop’s Manor (Calgary)

Forward Housing will begin accepting applications for their newest development, Bishop’s Manor, on February 25. Move-ins begin April 1, 2021. This building features affordable and near market 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom suites. Affordable one bedroom unit starts at $550/month (depending on income). Located in Bridgeland, Bishop’s Manor can be easily accessed by bus or C-Train.

If you are interested in Bishop’s Manor, please contact housinginfo@sinneavefoundation.org.

Wondering how Sinneave is involved in the Bishop’s Manor project? See the flyer below or click here.

Legacy on 5th (Calgary)

This newly constructed, 74 unit affordable housing building is owned and operated by HomeSpace and is located in the heart of downtown Calgary adjacent to the LRT. The building is now open for occupancy. Twenty individuals on the autism spectrum will be living at Legacy on 5th with light supports provided by Autism Calgary and the Autism Asperger’s Friendship Society. If you are interested in Legacy on 5th, please be in touch with us at housinginfo@sinneavfoundation.org.

Read more about the Legacy on 5th by clicking here or on the image below.

 

Click here or on the image below for a Quick Screen Checklist for the Legacy on 5th Calgary Opportunity:

 

Liam lives with autism and is excited to live independently with supports for the first time in his life. Watch Liam’s journey home to Legacy on 5th:


For more information on the Legacy on 5th project, and to watch other videos introducing the project, it’s residents, and all the partners that have made this project possible, we encourage you to visit: https://homespace.org/our-portfolio/legacy/

 

Living at Horizon View (Calgary)

Horizon View is a 210 unit complex that is owned and operated by the affordable housing provider, Horizon Housing. Horizon View is located in Calgary, in the community of Glamorgan. Sixteen individuals on the autism spectrum live at Horizon View with light supports provided by Monarch House. Units come up from time to time, so if Horizon View interests you, please be in touch with us at housinginfo@sinneavfoundation.org

Read more about Horizon View by clicking here or on the image below.

 

Click here or on the image below for a Quick Screen Checklist for the Horizon View Opportunity:

 

We invite you watch a short video (about 10 minutes) that speaks to the need for affordable housing and supports and shares the step-by-step process of how the Horizon View and Legacy on 5th projects came together. Click on the video image below to watch “Innovations in Housing and Supports for Autistic Adults”.

Click here  to download this video.

Click on the image below for a list of references used in the Innovations in Housing and Supports for Autistic Adults video.