For each one of us, the natural process of deciding where to live revolves around what we are doing and what is most important to us. We take into account our interests, career, environment (climate, rural vs. city etc.), proximity to friends and family, education and learning opportunities, resources and services, transportation, hobbies and leisure...the list goes on.
So much goes into the decision of where we live. And the process is the same, no matter who we are, and whether or not we have Williams syndrome. It begins with a basic understanding of wants, dreams, and desires, followed by a look at the natural assets a community can provide to help ensure success for our son or daughter, then finding a way to make the community of choice viable financially. There are a growing number of housing and funding opportunities to choose from…research and preparation are the keys to success.