At Inclusio, rent is called an “accommodation charge” – which is the total amount residents pay per month for:
- Living in one of Inclusio’s unfurnished suites, including a private washroom, kitchenette, digital technology and preferred location in beautiful Capitol Hill
- Basic household supplies, including: hand soap, dish detergent, toilet paper, paper towel, laundry detergent, and vinyl gloves for care
- Dining services, including continental breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks
- Basic utilities (water, electricity etc.)
- Availability of 24/7 care, delivered by Accessible Housing staff and Home Care staff
- Access to other supports such as case management
- Cable / Wifi
- The accommodation charge at Inclusio is based on a ‘rent-geared-to-income’ (RGI) system which is a commonly used system to help determine affordable rents.
The accommodation charge is a minimum of 70% of an individual’s gross income. We know that not all residents at Inclusio will have the same income; each individual’s income will be assessed, and individuals with higher incomes will pay higher accommodation charges while individuals with lower incomes pay lower accommodation charges.
Accommodation charges do not cover the following additional items:
Learn more on the Frequently Asked Questions page.