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  1. Andrew206

    Concerns about living independently

    I want to live independently, but have concerns. One of them is finding a safe place to live. Another is finding a place that doesn’t have a long wait. Also, if I must live with someone else, I need to find someone who is trustworthy. I’m working with an independent living specialist, but...
  2. GadAbout

    Autism Friendly Housing

    A group of parents got together and built a housing development specifically for their autistic kids (and others with disabilities or low income) A great idea, and no reason it couldn't be implemented in YOUR neighborhood.
  3. shysnail

    What would you do?

    I hope this is the right section, as it's a housing situation rather than an employment one. I'm in the super lucky position where I could potentially buy a house or an apartment with my partner. The issue is that I am really sensitive to noise from neighbours. I don't know if this is a sensory...
  4. Butterfly88

    New Phoenix apartments open for adults with autism

    New Phoenix apartments open for adults with autism I think the sound barriers are awesome, I want that.
  5. gonzerd

    Architecture and Autism

    I'm still 'without home' these day (I don't want to say homeless, because that gives the impression I'm living out on the streets or something, and I'm not.) which is severely limiting my executive functioning, so I'll try to keep it short, because I can't otherwise. It feels like one of those...
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