PHA Not Liable for Discrimination

Facts: When a resident lived in another county, the local PHA approved her reasonable accommodation request for a live-in aide. The PHA found that the resident has a permanent cognitive disorder and “needs 24 hours a day care to function normally.” The resident’s sister is her primary caregiver. And according to her doctor at the time, a two-bedroom unit for the resident and her sister would provide a reasonable accommodation for the resident’s disability.

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