The Learning Disability and Autism Housing Network
The Learning Disability and Autism Housing Network is a coalition of 25 housing associations calling for action to address and tackle the country’s shortage of housing for people with a learning disability and autistic people.
All members have a shared vision to provide, develop, and promote quality homes and housing services for people with a learning disability and autistic people.
The Learning Disability and Autism Housing Network has three important roles including to raise awareness of the housing needs and aspirations of people with a learning disability and autistic people, promote the positive impact and value of supported housing, and influence national policy change to increase the supply of housing.
The Learning Disability and Autism Housing Network believe that housing associations have a critical role is delivering new solutions. However, there are currently real barriers and challenges facing the sector. That is why they are calling for urgent action now.
Read our latest research
June 2023 – Our latest research with Housing LIN on supported housing for people with learning disabilities and autistic people, providing the most up to date information on the size, scope, cost, supply and importantly future need of supported housing in England.
- LDA Housing Network – Research summary
- LDA Housing Network – Lobbying paper
- LDA Housing Network – Full report
Read our latest best practice guidance
Support the network
- Read the Learning Disability and Autism Housing Network’s vision and charter.
Ability Housing Association, Advance, Care Housing, Dimensions, Elim Housing, Fairoak Housing Association, First Choice Housing Association, Golden Lane Housing, Grand Union Housing Group, Habinteg, Home Group, Irwell Valley, Livewest, Lookahead, Magenta Living, Peabody Trust, Progress Housing Group – Reside With Progress, Places for People, The Newlon Group – Outward, Onward Homes, Orbit, Riverside, Southdown Housing Association, Sanctuary Supported Living, South Yorkshire Housing Association (SYHA).