Autism Tiny Home Sarah is a young autistic woman in need of a tiny house to be parked next to her parent’s home. Maximus Extreme built a tiny house to meet her specific needs. Posted bytiny house listings December 7, 2016 in Posted in tiny-house 8 Pages: 1 2
This is why tiny houses are equal opportunity shelters. They represent the best of humanity. They can support a much more varied population of incomes, abilities and differences. They are not just ivory towers available to a limited demographic and income. Yes, we need to make feature rich tiny houses available to those who want more features but we also need to keep tiny houses simple and affordable to those just looking for the basics. The more differences in the population tiny houses can accommodate, the better.
One of the best parts of the tiny house lifestyle- personalization. Looks like a great place for Sarah to feel independent- good for her parents!
Pretty sweet, and pretty, and sweet. Calming warm interior, love the stairway. I know you’ll have wonderful times there!
Love the stairs! She probably feels safe going up those stairs – many stairs in tiny homes I’ve seen, since I have balance issues, I would be afraid to climb. Since these are enclosed, they would be perfect!
That color of pink is very soothing to people with ASD or any anxiety-related issues. Kudos to her parents for having such an independent daughter with enough life skills to live in this wonderful little house! I have a 17 -YO son and am looking into solutions, too, as he gets older. Thank you for including this Tiny Home!
I’m often critical about some of these, but I actually like this one. It appears to function as it’s designed. I like the sentered loft, with the useful (and safe) steps leading up to it.
Ha! I meant Centered.
I love this…how fun!! And wait (gasp!!) is that REAL clothing storage???