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Housing

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There are several types of housing options available. A disabled adult can live on their own, if able, in houses or apartments or if they are unable to care for themselves with limited help, they can live in residential facilities, such as adult foster care, group homes, farms and institutions.

Because of the epidemic numbers of ASD children, most states are completely unprepared for the flux of children who will come of age and require housing. Because of this reality, parents are keeping the children at home longer and may need to create their own housing situation, where one does not currently exist.

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Housing: A disabled adult can live on their own, if able, in houses or apartments, or if they are unable to care for themselves with limited help, they can live in residential facilities, such as adult foster care, group homes, farms and institutions.
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