Stroke is one of the leading causes of disabilities in the United States and it affects people differently based on which cranial area was damaged. Whether it’s impaired locomotion, memory or bodily functions, the aftermath of a stroke is challenging for the patient and those caring for them. There are certain factors that … [Read more...]
For Providers in the IDD industry, homes and buildings are often overlooked as a funding source to use as a valuable asset in financing transactions. Instead of mortgage financing, an alternative to consider instead should be a sale-leaseback as it realizes the full value of the real estate.
With a sale-leaseback option, … [Read more...]
Raising a child with a physical disability can be many things: rewarding, challenging, educational, physically and emotionally exhausting. One of the biggest ways you can support your child, and reduce your levels of stress, is to make the proper accommodations in your household.
Modifications to improve the … [Read more...]
This month, we celebrate the 49th anniversary of the Fair Housing Act. The FHA has had a tremendous impact in the lives of those living with a disability. Signed into law on April 11, 1968, the act serves as a proclamation that all Americans are entitled to fair housing, regardless of their race, religion, or disability. … [Read more...]
Scioto finds and purchases properties that are safe, convenient and affordable homes for people with developmental disabilities. We work with provider organizations, state agencies, families, and individuals to ensure the homes we purchase are specific to the needs of the people who will be living there.