State and community resources are available to assist you identify housing options, shelters and funding resources. In addition, there are suggestions for home modifications and adaptive design which can be essential in allowing individuals with disabilities to live in their own homes, with as much independence as possible. This is sometimes called universal design or inclusive design. It may involve adapting or modifying a home for a child who has a physical disability and uses a wheelchair or crutches, or it might include making room changes for someone who has a hearing or vision disability.
The Complex Care Center at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center provides information on housing resources, home modifications and adaptive design for families who have children with special healthcare needs.