Your Reasonable Accommodation Request Form Housing.
Concerning the Tenant's Accommodation Request.
Every so often, landlords will require the tenant to complete a "reasonable accommodation form." Landlords may use this form to document the determination of a tenant's request for a reasonable accommodation under the Fair Housing Act (FHA). This document provides a record of the housing provider's determination concerning the tenant's accommodation request.
A reasonable accommodation is a change, exception, or adjustment to a rule, policy, practice, or service that may be necessary for a person with disabilities to have an equal opportunity to use and enjoy a dwelling, including public and common use spaces, or to fulfill their program obligations. Please note that the ADA often refers to these types of accommodations as “modifications.”
Any change in the way things are customarily done that enables a person with disabilities to enjoy housing opportunities or to meet program requirements is a reasonable accommodation. In other words, reasonable accommodations eliminate barriers that prevent persons with disabilities from fully participating in housing opportunities, including both private housing and in federally-assisted programs or activities. Housing providers may not require persons with disabilities to pay extra fees or deposits or place any other special conditions or requirements as a condition of receiving a reasonable accommodation.
Since rules, policies, practices, and services may have a different effect on persons with disabilities than on other persons, treating persons with disabilities exactly the same as others will sometimes deny persons with disabilities an equal opportunity to enjoy a dwelling or participate in the program. Not all persons with disabilities will have a need to request a reasonable accommodation. However, all persons with disabilities have a right to request or be provided a reasonable accommodation at any time.
Completing Your Reasonable Accommodation Form Housing.
Due to liability, safety, and mental health concerns, our clinical team requires an existing treating relationship. Additionally, our ethical policy prevents us from "signing off or updating a form" without the client under our therapist's care.
We define an "existing relationship" as:
- A clinical session within the last 30 calendar days.
- Client's session within 2-12 months require a single clinical session.
- For those outside the one year window, an annual renewal is required.
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Sample Reasonable Accommodation Form.
- Additional fees apply to reasonable accommodation form completion, clinical sessions, and annual renewals.
- This service does not include letter verification with a third party (additional fees will apply).