The community’s 94 units will consist of one- and two-bedroom apartments, and four-bedroom homes, providing over 100 residents with accessible and affordable housing. The gated community will be a one-way drive around neighborhood, and feature front-porch living, security cameras, onsite security with a direct line for residents, blue light emergency phones throughout, and textured front patio areas to help with transitioning for vision impaired residents. Walking and bike paths run throughout the community. Grounds will include an outdoor patio, BBQ area, green spaces, retail and coffee shop, and a park area inclusive of walking paths and an accessible playground.
To encourage self-determination for those with disabilities, each resident requiring independent living support will choose from a list of certified and vetted community residential providers for direct support services. On-site staff will provide concierge services to connect residents with service providers, community resources, state agencies, and family caregivers. This project will create a welcoming, inclusive lifestyle for people of diverse abilities. The community will include adults with and without disabilities, and provides living arrangements that will span the spectrum of people living independently without supports to residents that require a higher level of care, including 24-hour services from direct support professionals and nurses.
This new residential community is an excellent opportunity to philanthropically invest in our community by supporting the ability for people with disabilities to have safety, independence and a quality of life that they deserve. The donor’s support will be recognized through strategically placed signage, in addition to media announcements, and collateral that promote their involvement. For more information about the next step in independent living for people with diverse abilities, contact: Stacy Ostrau, VP of Philanthropy at 702.880.4080 or email@example.com.