My Home My Community is led by families and self-advocates, as well as experts in disability, housing and inclusion. We are leading innovative solutions to inclusive affordable housing for people with developmental disabilities at a local-to-national scale. We know that sharing a clear vision for inclusive affordable housing is the first step in this. For speaking inquiries, please contact us.
Below are links to some of our publications and position papers. These materials represent the values and expertise that guide our work and provide useful information for those looking to make inclusive affordable housing a reality.
2011. Intellectual Disability in Homeless Adults. Produced by the Journal of Intellectual Disabilities.
2011. Intellectual Disability and Homelessness. Produced by the Journal of Intellectual Disability Research.
2010. Position: The Right to Live in the Community. Produced by People First of Canada.
2010. Position Statement on Housing. Produced by Canadian Association for Community Living.
2010. 2001 Participation Activity Limitation Survey: Issue 7—Profile of the Housing Conditions of Canadians aged 15 Years and Older with a Developmental Disability. Produced by the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation.
2010. Increasing the Affordability of Rental Housing in Canada: An Assessment of Alternative Supply-side Measures. Produced by the University of Calgary School of Public Policy.
2009. Building Affordable Rental Housing in Unaffordable Cities: A Canadian Low-Income Housing Tax Credit. Produced by the C.D. Howe Institute.
2009. Criminal Victimization and Health: A Profile of Victimization Among Persons with Activity Limitations or Other Health Problems. Produced by Statistics Canada: Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics.
2008. Survey: Family Leadership and Grassroots Engagement Strategies. Produced by Canadian Association for Community Living.
2008. No Place Like Home: A Report on the Housing Needs of People with Intellectual Disabilities. Produced by Canadian Association for Community Living.
2006. Housing for Adults with Intellectual Disabilities. Produced by the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation.
CACL Family Engagement and Leadership Strategy. Produced by Canadian Association for Community Living.
PROVINCES AND TERRITORIES
2016. Position Statement on Having a Home and Access to Housing. Produced by New Brunswick Association for Community Living.
2015. Building and Sustaining Social Networks for Seniors. Produced by New Brunswick Association for Community Living.
2008. Affordable Housing Trust Fund – Discussion Paper. Produced by New Brunswick Association for Community Living.
2008. The Eight Needs of Senior Families Caring for Adult Children with a Disability. Produced by New Brunswick Association for Community Living.
Newfoundland and Labrador
2013. Better for You - Better for Us: Supported Living in Community. Produced by Newfoundland & Labrador Association for Community Living.
Position Statement on Supportive Living. Produced by Newfoundland & Labrador Association for Community Living.
2017. Opinion Editorial: A tale of two cities and two residential projects. Produced by Community Living Ontario.
2016. Nowhere to Turn: Investigation into the Ministry of Community and Social Services’ response to situations of crisis involving adults with developmental disabilities. Produced by the Ombudsman of Ontario.
2013. Ending the Wait: An Action Agenda to Address the Housing Crisis Confronting Ontario Adults with Developmental Disabilities. Produced by the Housing Study Group (Developmental Services Sector - Ministry of Community and Social Services Partnership Table).
Prince Edward Island
2006. Lost Connections: A Report about Islanders with an Intellectual Disability Living in Long-term Care and Community Care Facilities. Produced by Prince Edward Island Association for Community Living.
2015. People Before Systems: Transforming the Experience of Disability in Saskatchewan. Produced by Citizen Consultation Team.
2013. Valley View Centre Transition Planning Recommendations to the Minister of Social Services. Produced by Valley View Centre Transition Steering Committee.