Welcome to My Shared Place for the disabled. A shared home for the disabled just may be the best shared home of all.
A disabled person already knows the importance of giving, caring, and dependence, yet they have a strong desire to be independent. This is one of the most important parts about living in a shared environment: giving, caring, dependence and a strong desire to be independent.
If you are a single person living alone or if you are a home owner, you can find real comfort in sharing your home. This kind of shared home is not run by the government, but a real home filled with people who really care. This is the type of home where you are part of an extended family and a team that is on a mission.
This family is not like a family you were born into, where you either loved your family or hated them or somewhere in-between.
This is a family of choice, handpicked by you to form a team. This team is on a mission to live the best life possible, living the motto: “One for all and all for one!”
The team’s mission is to pool all their resources. Each member pays their rent weekly for all inclusive living arrangement, that will cover rent, food, utilities, TV, and the home.
Everything is included.
This is more than an economical way of living, it is a way of life. It’s also about who has your back.
You already know when you’re alone it is easy to get taken advantage of.
But a well organized team is hard to beat and never ever gets taken advantage of. You can form your own team or join someone else’s.
You really can live the best life in the best neighborhoods, with friends you come to trust and love.
My Shared Guide Book will show you how to accomplish all of the above. So come on, what are you waiting for? Join my network of friends and find the life you been looking for.
My Shared Place Self Help Guide Book