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Access for People with Disabilities-Reasonable Accommodations and Modifications-06.20.24

This is a recording of a webinar that took place on June 20th, 2024.

Description: Fair Housing: How the laws apply to Homeless Service Providers in Chicago
This 3-part fair housing series will equip homeless service and supportive housing providers with the knowledge and resources to:
• Ensure that their agency’s housing programs comply with fair housing laws.
• Educate their clients about fair housing requirements.
• Identify potential fair housing violations and connect clients to fair housing enforcement organizations.
• Advocate for their clients and work with private landlords.

Session 2 Details: This session will provide an overview of fair housing and anti-discrimination laws for people with disabilities. We will discuss what qualifies as a disability under the law, the process for requesting reasonable accommodations and modifications, federal guidance on using assistance animals in housing and practicing disability etiquette.

Recommended Audience: All housing service providers

Presenters: Chicago Area Fair Housing Alliance
Ken Walden and Katelyn Polk, Access Living

Date: 06/20/2024 Time of training: 1:00-2:30 pm Training Format: Recorded Webinar

  • Session 2 Access for People with Disabilities
  • Feedback Survey
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certificate with a duration: Forever