Today, community associations are being challenged to provide services for the full breadth of members. A challenging area is accommodating the needs of disabled members. The Fair Housing Act require associations to make “reasonable accommodations” for those with needs. The goal of these laws is to make it possible for a disabled person to live within the community by granting and maintaining an exception to the rules of the Association. An example of such an exception would be to the parking rules.
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