Complete our Letter of Interest Form

Please complete this form as a potential resident or as the parent/guardian of your special needs child so that we can schedule a call to discuss your interest in our neuro-inclusive cohousing program.

Letter of Interest Contact Information

If parent or guardian of a special needs /neurodivergent child:
Neurodivergent is a nonmedical term that describes people whose brain develops or works differently for some reason. This means the person has different strengths and struggles from people whose brains develop or work more typically. While some people who are neurodivergent have medical conditions, it also happens to people where a medical condition or diagnosis hasn’t been identified. The term for people who aren’t neurodivergent is “neurotypical.” Source – Cleveland Clinic:

Prospective Resident Details
If you are filling this out for yourself as a potential resident, fill in your name and details. Otherwise, enter your child’s name and details if you are submitting this as their parent or guardian.

Please choose the appropriate option
Please choose the appropriate option
Please enter your birthdate or the birthdate of the person you are submitting this for.
Neurodivergent is a nonmedical term that describes people whose brain develops or works differently for some reason. This means the person has different strengths and struggles from people whose brains develop or work more typically. While some people who are neurodivergent have medical conditions, it also happens to people where a medical condition or diagnosis hasn’t been identified. The term for people who aren’t neurodivergent is “neurotypical.” Source – Cleveland Clinic:
Neurodivergent conditions: Please select the most appropriate answer(s)
People who identify themselves as neurodivergent typically have one or more of the conditions or disorders listed above. However, since there aren’t any medical criteria or definitions of what it means to be neurodivergent, other conditions also can fall under this term as well. People with these conditions may also choose not to identify themselves as neurodivergent. Source – Cleveland Clinic:

Coliving vs. Cohousing
Cohousing is an intentional community of private homes clustered around shared space. Each home has traditional amenities, including a private kitchen. Shared spaces typically feature a common house, which may include a large kitchen and dining area, laundry, and recreational spaces. Shared outdoor space may include parking, walkways, open spaces, and gardens. Households have independent incomes and private lives, but neighbors collaboratively plan and manage community activities and shared spaces. Coliving is similar, but all the people are living under one roof/a single-family home.

If other:
Please describe your choice of other type of community
If other:
Please describe which other Counties are of interest to you or the resident/applicant

Acknowledgment & Consent
This document is non-binding. By completing and signing, it does not bind me to accept nor FPC to offer acceptance into their program. I will complete the Front Porch Cohousing application process at the appropriate time to determine if I or my dependent is eligible to live in the community.

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