Independence Landing

UPDATED: June 30, 2021

Independence Landing is a not for profit corporation, the mission of which is to build an affordable safe, planned residential community for adults with varying intellectual and/or developmental disabilities allowing residents to successfully lead independent and fulfilled lives.

Most residents will need only a modicum of support by way of verbal prompts and reminders, mentoring, independent living coaching, and limited supervision. Many will go to work, continue their education or vocational training, or participate in local day training services with the provider of their choice off campus.

All residents will have the opportunity to avail themselves of community dining, a full social calendar, continuing education, personal growth and vocational opportunities, recreational activities, healthy meals and active lifestyles, and engagement with neighbors, friends and civic organizations, all with the goal of fostering maximum independence, happiness, and fulfilling lives.

Rent is paid for by residents and their families along with auxiliary fees that cover meal plans and social and vocational activities as selected by residents.

  • Languages:
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
  • No Cost
  • N/A


2910 Kerry Forest Parkway, Suite D4, #231
Tallahassee, FL 32309
United States


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