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When is a reasonable accommodation necessary?

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A requested accommodation is necessary when there is an identifiable relationship, or nexus, between the requested accommodation and the individual’s disability. Some examples of Reasonable Accommodations are:

  • Assigned parking space for a person with a mobility impairment
  • Assigned lower mailbox for a person who uses a wheelchair
  • Permitting an assistance animal in a “no pets building for a person who is deaf, blind, has seizures, or has a mental disability
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