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Special Needs

Definition

On this site, housing and demographic indicators pertaining to persons with disabilities, elderly persons, farmworkers, fishing workers, and homeless persons.

Where to Find Data on this Site

  1. The Special Needs Household Characteristics: General Housing and Demographic Characteristics tool allows the user to create counts of households based on one or more of the following indicators: presence of a person with a disability age 15 or older, tenure, age of householder, household size, household income as a percentage of area median income, and cost burden.
  2. The Special Needs Household Characteristics: Substandard Housing, Income, and Cost Burden tool allows the user to create counts of households based on one or more of the following indicators: presence of a person with a disability age 15 or older, substandard housing conditions, household income as a percentage of area median income, and cost burden.
  3. The Special Needs Household Characteristics: Individuals' Age and Relationship to Householder tool allows the user to create counts of individuals age 15 or older based on one or more of the following indicators: disability, age, household income as a percentage of area median income, and relationship to head of household.
  4. Part VIIC of the AHNA Quick Report provides a table for Estimation of Migrant Workers and Migrant Worker Housing.
  5. The Need for Housing for Homeless Persons is a supplementary report to the 2010 Rental Market Study that estimates the number of homeless persons; the supply of shelter beds, transitional housing, and permanent supportive housing reserved for homeless persons; and the need for additional beds by county or groups of counties in Florida.
  6. Public Housing Authorities: An Analysis of Practices and Resources for Serving Persons with Disabilities is a 2003 written report available for download.

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