Solo Agers Circle – What are the Rules around Asking for Adaptations to Our Apartments? | San Francisco Village


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Solo Agers Circle – What are the Rules around Asking for Adaptations to Our Apartments?

4/26/2019 from 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM PT

Victoria Tedder from the Independent Living Resource Center will make a presentation on the Fair Housing Act and Disability Rights. As we age, there might come a time when adaptations need to be made to our living spaces, because of increasing frailty, in order to stay in our homes. Who is responsible, who has to pay, can a landlord refuse to accommodate his or her tenants? What are the options available to tenants? These and other questions will be addressed by our speaker.

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