Although the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) does not specifically address housing, the four foundational goals of the ADA: full participation, independent living, equal opportunity, and economic self-sufficiency, would not be possible without fair and accessible housing.
Listen to ADA Live! Episode 103 to discover the meaning of fair and accessible housing. Learn about the Fair Housing Act and how this law protects people with disabilities from housing discrimination.
Our guest for this episode of ADA Live! is Mr. Jack Humburg, Chief Operating Officer for the Boley Centers, a private not-for-profit corporation that provides housing and employment services for people with disabilities, individuals and families who are homeless, veterans and youth in the Tampa Bay area of Florida.
Available starting on Wednesday – March 2, 2022
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ADA Live! Episode 103: Welcome Home: Your Right to Fair and Accessible Housing