PHA Didn't Consider Reasonable Accommodations in Denying Succession Requests

Facts: A resident who lived in a one-bedroom apartment was diagnosed with advanced dementia in 2009. Her disability rendered her mentally unstable and incapable of living alone, as noted in medical records submitted to the housing manager and at a housing authority hearing. These notes indicated that it was “unsafe” for the resident “to live on her own,” and that she needed “to be under constant supervision.”

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