UPDATE (September, 2020): What was a building has become a home. Well, eleven homes, to be precise. What started as five families with a dream has become a community of residents, people supporting them, a building manager, and a non-profit made up now of ten families of young adults with intellectual disabilities. All within a welcoming neighbourhood. Fourteen months ago, we were turning the sod to begin construction. For years before that, we were dreaming, planning, developing, advocating, and rolling up our sleeves for whatever had to be done in order to achieve the goal of owned, safe, quality housing for young citizens who live with intellectual disability. Though it feels as if we have completed a journey, the truth is: this is just the beginning.
Input Housing Corp. is a non-profit corporation which has built a ten-unit condominium residence in Regina, Saskatchewan. This condo development is home to ten young adults who desire semi-independent, community living with individualized supports, and a building manager. Welcome to our website. Feel free to explore and learn more about this model of self-determination for people with intellectual disabilities. Thank you for your interest in this exciting project!