With the rise of virtual housing searches and online rental applications, it is becoming far harder to ignore that inaccessible websites have dangerous implications for fair housing.
Healthcare providers, therapists, social workers, teachers, and members of a peer support group are examples of those who can verify somebody else's disability as a third party.
Robust fair housing laws are among the various tools available to people with disabilities to ensure their access to independent living in the neighborhoods of their choosing.
CIVIL RIGHTS TESTING REPORT REVEALS BARRIERS TO HOUSING IN PERSON AND ONLINE FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
The From Click to Visit report used civil rights testing to uncover numerous barriers to housing for people with disabilities. In particular, the report’s findings raise major concerns about [...]
ESAs provide important benefits to people with disabilities, and nontraditional animals can provide the same comforting function to one person as a dog or cat might provide to someone else.
If your housing complex doesn't have enough accessible parking spaces, you can submit a reasonable accommodation request for an additional space.
By Susan McClannahan, Fair Housing Intake and Grant Coordinator The Equal Rights Center has published a new video about the importance of accessible design and construction in housing. The video [...]