Housing Accommodations Fact Sheet

People with disabilities often need accommodations to make their living space accessible. Some examples of possible accommodations include: a doorbell with a light that flashes, a parking space closer to the doorway or a wider entry to accommodate a wheelchair.

To help you know your rights and help you to request Housing Accommodations, Stavros created this simple Housing Accommodation Fact Sheet. You may download it here.

Older woman smiling in a wheelchair on a ramp

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