Supported Access to Independent Living

SAIL Home seeks to work with adults with disabilities and their families by helping them create a road map for housing solutions they need and deserve.

Our Mission

The mission of SAIL Home is to create housing models combining staffing, support, and training so individuals with Intellectual Developmental Disabilities (IDD) and/or autism can live, work, and socialize in an inclusive community.

What We Do

We guide families and their loved ones with Intellectual Developmental Disabilities (IDD) and/or autism on how to find or create housing solutions in their own communities.

Why We Do It

We believe individuals with disabilities have the right to access all opportunities for a full life in their communities.

How We Do It

We seek out innovative resources and training that families can use to create supported living options for their loved ones.

sail home featured in South shore magazine

SAIL Home is thrilled to be showcased in the prestigious Summer~2024 South Shore Magazine. It's an honor to share our journey of providing choice, independence, and safety to individuals with intellectual disabilities and autism. Our focus on creating innovative housing initiatives is aimed at supporting and empowering those in our community.

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Housing Solutions

At SAIL Home, we are driven by our passion to empower adults with IDD and autism to achieve greater independence and lead more fulfilling lives. Our innovative housing solutions incorporate cutting-edge assistive technology, which significantly reduces the reliance on in-person help and enables individuals to live more independently. We take great pride in providing a safe and nurturing environment, ensuring that everyone has a place to call home. Our commitment to making a positive impact on the lives of those we serve and their families is at the heart of our mission. We are dedicated to creating a brighter future for all and invite you to join us in our efforts to make a meaningful difference in the lives of those with IDD and autism.

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