A Place in the World Report

United States – A Place in the World Report includes foundational nomenclature for housing and service delivery models with the goal to further define market segments, establish best practices and guiding principles, and helps drive crucial partnerships that address pressing needs resulting from the current housing crisis. Pages 77 through 141 of the report includes examples of housing and supports available in the United States. Because funding models in Canada and the US are so different, the funding structures for the examples may not be easily replicated in Canada.

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A Place in the World Report Citations

Part 1: Developing a New Generation of Housing Options

Resnik D.D., &Kameka Galloway, D. (Eds.) (2020). A Place in the World: Fueling Housing and Community Options for Adults with Autism and other Neurodiversities. Phoenix, AZ: First Place AZ, Madison House Autism Foundation; Arizona Board of Regents for and on behalf of Arizona State University and its Morrison Insititute for Public Policy at the Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions.

Part 2: Speaking the Same Language

Paode, P. (2020) Housing for Adults with Autism and/or Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: Shortcomings of Federal Programs. In D.D. Resnick & D. Kameka Galloway (Eds.), A Place in the World: Fueling Housing and Community Options for Adults with Autism and other Neurodiversities. (pp. 143-173). First Place AZ, Madison House Autism Foundation; Arizona Board of Regents for and on behalf of Arizona State University and its Morrison Insititute for Public Policy at the Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions

Part 3: Call to Action

Resnik D.D., &Kameka Galloway, D. (Eds.) (2020). A Place in the World: Fueling Housing and Community Options for Adults with Autism and other Neurodiversities. Phoenix, AZ: First Place AZ, Madison House Autism Foundation

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