My Home My Way
Home is a vital part of our lives. It not only provides us with security, privacy, comfort and control but it reflects our identity, our adulthood and our deep sense of who we are and how we connect and belong in our neighbourhood. Yet for many people, particularly with intellectual disability and other complex disabilities, home is designed by others with little control over the decisions that most people take for granted.
We have workshops (My Home My Way) and mentoring (Making ILO Real) that might be able to assist in visioning and navigating what living in a home of your own might look like and how to get there.