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Choosing a Place to Live

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Some homes look great, but are very expensive! Also, just because a home looks nice, doesn’t mean its neighborhood is right for you.

man-thinkingFor a place to live, sometimes called a residence, to be truly a personal home for you, it should match what you want, need and can reasonably afford. Like all important things in life, this is true for someone with or without a disability. As in employment, begin by exploring your capabilities, interests, resources and social connections. From there, look at where and how you want to live.

 

 

 

 

There are at least four things to think about:

1. Where do I want to live?

2. Whom do I want to live with?

3. What kind of home, neighborhood and community would I enjoy?

4. What lifestyle do I prefer?

 

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