At Home with Autism: Designing Housing for the Spectrum

Coverpage of the book, "At Home with Autism"

A new book related to understanding design related to meeting the needs of users with autism has recently been published, authored by Kim Steele and Sherry Ahrentzen. As identified on the website: 

"At Home with Autism offers a close look at current practices for designing housing that will support the needs and aspirations of people with autism, and it mounts a powerful case that there should not be a singular residential model or approach. Rather, the authors argue, residential design for autism should be flexible and varied, focused on quality of life and the expansion of residential choices for people on all parts of the autism spectrum."

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