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Fair Housing Seminar with Proficiency Test

November 3-4

November 9-10

9 AM - 12 PM each day


Presented by: Beth Turner, NAHRO



• Introduction and Course Objectives

• Disability Law Development

• Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988 and Disability

• Who Is a Disabled Person?

• Nondiscrimination Based on Disability

• New Housing Design and Construction

• Reasonable Accommodations

• When Requests for Reasonable Accommodations Can Be Made

• Handling a Reasonable Accommodation Request

• Determining that a Reasonable Accommodation may be Necessary

• Denying a Reasonable Accommodation Request

• Alternative Accommodations for Denials

• Assistance Animals

• Loose Ends

• Accommodations without a Request

• Delays in Processing Requests

• Charges and Fees for Reasonable Accommodations

• Cost and Cost Sharing

• Questions and Answers



• Reasonable Modifications under the Fair Housing Act

• Reasonable Accommodations Versus Modifications

• Requests for Permission to Make Modification

• Determining that a Reasonable Modification may be Necessary

• Denying a Reasonable Modification Request

• Alternatives to Proposed Modifications

• Federally Assisted Housing and Housing Subject to the Fair Housing Act Adaptive Design and Construction Requirements

• Restoration of Premises

• Escrow of Money for Restoration

• Requiring Documentation

• Upkeep and Maintenance of Modified Premises

• Liability Insurance

• Use of a Particular Contractor

• Security Deposits and Other Charges

• Modifications to Un-built Units



Member Registration Fee: $599

Non-Member Registration Fee: $699

Registration Fee includes:

webinar access, materials and exam.

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