Student with Autism Creates Short Film Showing Housing Needs for People with Disabilities

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Dallas, Texas – Community for Permanent Supported Housing (CPSH) announces an animated short film called “Where Will I Live Without You”.  The film depicts a young man with intellectual and developmental disabilities who experiences finds a home with support services and realizes there are many people like him who need this type of housing.

“Where Will I Live Without You” was conceived, designed and produced by Cesar Jimenez.  Cesar is a senior at Jack E. Singley Academy, a career-oriented public high school in Irving, Texas. He has won many awards for his videos and art work.

When asked why he worked on this film, Cesar said, “I decided to create this short film for CPSH because I wanted to help spread the awareness of the need for more CPSH housing for people with disabilities.”

Despite Cesar’s disability, he is using his talents to get a head start on his career.  This short film is his interpretation of the mission of Community for Permanent Supported Housing.

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