Accessibility in Housing Matters

By Accessible Housing Society

Accessible Housing is a leading organization providing affordable housing for people with limited mobility through accessible housing. This report provides background socio-economic data surrounding persons with disabilities and couples this with industry interviews with leading non-profit affordable housing providers to assess the existing market for accessible housing within Calgary.

With the current economic and health crisis, Albertans need affordable, accessible, and suitable housing more than ever, and the feasibility study and market assessment identifies gaps in Calgary regarding accessible, affordable housing and establishes plans to meet the demands in community, including what type of programs and services need to be developed.

Published

2020

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Helping people with limited mobility since 1974. It all began in the 1970’s with the Fourth Dimension group home, Calgary’s first shared living accommodation for 12 people with spinal cord injuries. It was believed that this building would allow people with disabilities to be seen in a new dimension, hence the “Fourth Dimension” name. That dream has since grown.

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