The lack of affordable housing is a problem for many Americans but for adults with disabilities it’s on the verge of becoming a disaster. There are nearly 1-million intellectually or developmentally disabled people living with a caregiver 60 years of age or older. As those caregivers age, many worry their adult children risk being institutionalized or becoming homeless. The warning comes as a massive wave of children with autism, about a half a million, will reach adulthood within the next decade. Correspondent Jessica Gomez tells us, in many parts of the country (including Wisconsin and Virginia) parents are now taking matters into their own hands.

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