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IACC Working Group on Housing

Mission Statement

In the autism community we face a mounting housing crisis, with a growing population of autistic adults with diverse needs lacking appropriate living situations. The goal of this working group is to examine a wide variety of housing options and service models for people with autism, focusing on strategies to achieve a broad array of supported housing options throughout all of our communities that enable autistic individuals to achieve person-centered outcomes.

Workshops and Conference Calls

IACC Workshop: Addressing the Housing Needs of People on the Autism Spectrum Tuesday, July 23, 2019

IACC Housing Working Group Planning Call Thursday, June 20, 2019

Working Group Roster

Chair

IACC and Federal Agency Members

  • Samantha Crane, J.D. Legal Director and Director of Public Policy Autistic Self Advocacy Network Washington, DC
  • Daniel Davis Health Policy Analyst Office of Policy Analysis and Development Center for Policy and Evaluation Administration for Community Living Washington, DC
  • Veronica Helms Garrison, M.P.H. Social Science Analyst Office of Policy Development and Research Office of Research, Evaluation and Monitoring U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Washington, DC
  • Melissa L. Harris Acting Deputy Director Disabled and Elderly Health Programs Group Center for Medicaid and CHIP Services Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Baltimore, MD
  • Kevin Pelphrey, Ph.D. Harrison-Wood Jefferson Scholars Foundation Professor of Neurology & Professor Curry School of Education University of Virginia Charlottesville, VA
  • Scott Robertson, Ph.D. Policy Advisor Youth Policy Team Office of Disability Employment Policy U.S. Department of Labor Washington, DC
  • Emily Rosenoff Acting Director Division of Long-Term Care Policy Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation Washington, DC

External Participants

 
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