Adonis Co-Housing Presentation in Naples
Jan 01, 2016 09:07AM
Adonis Autism, Inc., will present their vision for Osprey Village, a planned co-housing community in Naples, from 10 a.m. to noon, January 9, at the Covenant Presbyterian Church. Terry Kays will facilitate the discussion with stories from families that have chosen to live in co-housing, covering the problems that such housing can solve, which people it might be most suited for and why. Refreshments will be provided.
Osprey Village’s vision is a safe, eco-friendly, co-housing community with an extended family atmosphere where parents can raise families and members with disabilities can thrive. The community includes work, recreation, education and training for individuals with autism and other disabilities, as well as providing long-term care for parents and their loved ones as they age.
Organizers believe that by providing a community of support for families, the adult disability housing problem can be solved with affordability and sustainability on a grassroots level. The village is scalable because all funding is local and based upon the common model used to fund home loans.