Between 6 and 8 million individuals affected by intellectual and developmental differences live in the US.  Like every American, all want meaningful relationships, rewarding activity and places of value in their communities. That's why we're BUILDING OHANA, a diverse and inclusive intergenerational community of intentional neighboring where...

  • our homes are secure and welcoming places,

  • our neighbors know and help one another as "ohana" friends, and

  • our neighborhood is a bridge of hospitality and service into the wider community.  

AN OHANA Must Read!

Let me introduce you!
What is Ohana?
The challenges ahead...
The Ohana Solution
A community with a purpose
Who will live in Ohana?
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More good reads...

 

Desiree Kameka--Madison Autism House Blog 

about intentional community, cohousing and diversity, and emerging communities around the country...including BUILDING OHANA! 

 

A Fuller Response to Vulnerability

a white paper from Generations of Hope Development Corporation (GHDC) exploring new dimensions in social responsibility and the transformational role of intentional neighboring to create meaningful futures for all people.


Intentional Ohana--

a "must-read" blogpost by HillyardLuke Tolley..

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