Dispersed or Clustered Housing for Disabled Adults: A Systematic Review

The National Disability Authority has commissioned a report which examines international research findings comparing the impact on quality of life of two different types of housing for people with disabilities; clustered communities of housing built for and inhabited only by people with disabilities versus integrated housing in existing communities. This research was carried out for the National Disability Authority by the Tizard Centre, University of Kent.

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