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LARC Seeking Home Rental for Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

FORT MYERS, Fla. (October 25, 2022) – Lee Association of Remarkable Citizens (LARC) is seeking a home rental with an annual lease for five senior citizens with intellectual and developmental disabilities.  Hurricane Ian destroyed the riverfront house that these adults have called home for more than 25 years.  The rental home will be used as a temporary home while LARC rebuilds.

“We are looking for a minimum 3 bedroom 2 bath home with one bathroom that includes a walk-in shower,” said Angela Katz, LARC Executive Director.  “We are hoping to find a home in the North Fort Myers area with Lehigh as a secondary preference.  We are anxious to relocate our residents so they can return to their daily activities and schedules.”

LARC provides 24-hour supervision in a person-centered, home-like environment where residents are provided with life-skills training.  Since 1954, LARC has been dedicated to meeting the needs of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families in Southwest Florida.

To learn more, contact Angela Katz at 239-334-6285 x210 or

About LARC

LARC is a training center for success for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Established in 1954, LARC Inc.’s mission is to empower and support individuals with disabilities and their families to reach their full potential. LARC is a 501(c)3 that provides programs and services for approximately 300 local men and women annually. The nonprofit offers youth programs, Adult Day Training, vocational training, employment services, community residential services, and a vast array of other state-of-the-art community inclusion services designed to help individuals maximize their independence and employment success. LARC’s main campus in Fort Myers serves as “home-base” to all the services they provide across SW Florida.

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