Housing services are provided to persons with an intellectual disability tailored to the person's individual needs. When assessing housing options, the person's need for help, care and guidance in daily life is taken into account.
Services can be provided in different housing units, group homes and residential care facilities, or as a service to one’s own home.
Are you looking for a new home?
The area of Skanssi is ideal in many respects: outdoor activity routes, services, energy solutions. Skanssi will become the district of residents who value the environment and it will be an area that mixes living in small apartments and living in blocks of flats with good public parks and a garden.
Further information on apartments that are on sale or being built in the area can be found on the websites of collaboration partners.
Turku offers a wide range of housing options for students near the campuses and the centre. The price of housing is more student-friendly than in many other cities in Finland. However, you should begin your search well in advance. The beginning of the academic year is the busiest time, while most apartments become available in spring.
Where to find an apartment
To get your apartment hunting started, here is a list of organizations and companies that provide housing.
What is a right-of-occupancy dwelling?
Right-of-occupancy dwelling is a form of apartment management between owner-occupied dwelling and rental housing. The occupant pays a right-of-occupancy payment, which is 15% of the purchase price of the dwelling, and a monthly maintenance charge during occupancy. A right-of-occupancy dwelling is as safe a housing option as an owner-occupied dwelling though one cannot buy it for one’s own. When resigning one’s right of occupancy, the customer regains the right-of-occupancy payment adjusted with the building cost index.
As long summer vacation has ended, a new academic year is now in full swing in Turku.