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Investing in ordinary lives: Innovations in housing for people with learning disabilitiesINVESTING IN ORDINARY LIVES. INNOVATIONS IN HOUSING FOR PEOPLE WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES. HOW CAN SMALL LANDLORDS INVEST IN HOUSING FOR PEOPLE WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES?

Ian Copeman and Alicia Wood
Housing & Support Alliance, 2013

Even though people with learning disabilities could be very attractive as potential tenants for small landlords, most small landlords do not automatically consider people with learning disabilities as potential tenants despite the following benefits;

People with learning disabilities are often looking for long term housing, for example as an alternative to living with their family or moving to residential care. Many people with learning disabilities will be long term tenants seeking to live in a particular location and the right property often for many years providing longer term security for landlords. This briefing outlines how small landlords can provide housing for people with learning disabilities.

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