Identify what would work for you as a reasonable accommodation. - The Network
Category: reasonable accommodation process

Example: “I am requesting a reasonable accommodation that you allow me to move from my current unit to an accessible unit at the property.”

  • Survivors should explain why they need an accommodation, including identifying what rule or policy needs to be adjusted so that they can access their housing. It is helpful if survivors identify a proposed accommodation that would work for them and their disability. 

  • Survivors do not always know all solutions that are available to a housing provider considering a reasonable accommodation. However, by identifying an accommodation that works for the survivor and their disability-related need, the provider has a starting point with at least one acceptable option.