A not-for-profit housing company has bought 20 apartments in two Geocon developments in Canberra so that young people with disabilities do not have to live in aged care facilities or other inappropriate housing.
Victorian-based Summer Housing is moving into the ACT through the venture, with the modified apartments in Belconnen and Woden to cost it $10 million.
Summer Housing chief executive Dan McLennan said there were more than 50 people with disabilities aged under 65 living in aged care facilities in Canberra.
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Source: The Canberra Times