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The Right House

26 year old Nichelle Benn is looking for a home...but not just any home.

At a time when most young people her age are striking out on their own, Nichelle choices are mostly out of her control.

She has an intellectual disability that makes it impossible to live with her own family.

But she's convinced the large facility she's currently living in isn't right for her either.

The CBC's Margot Brunelle looks at the struggle to find appropriate housing for people with disabilities.

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