Delay in Approving Reasonable Accommodation Request Didn’t Constitute Denial

Delay in Approving Reasonable Accommodation Request Didn’t Constitute Denial



Facts: An elderly Section 8 resident with Alzheimer’s disease rented a studio apartment at a senior living community. After her diagnosis, based on her disability, she requested a reasonable accommodation to move “to preferably a two bedroom to accommodate a live-in caregiver or possible one bedroom.”

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