Date(s) - 04/24/18
8:30 am - 3:00 pm
Touro Law School
Additional Information (if available)URL for more information: https://www.lifairhousing.org/fair-housing-accessibility-design-construction-training-4-24-18.
Destroying the top five accessibility myths
The Department of Justice’s New Accessibility Initiative and how it should affect how you do business going forward
The latest Department of Justice, HUD, and Advocate Group Accessibility Enforcement Actions and Settlements
Section 504 Regulations and Standards: When, where, and why they apply
Accessible Common Areas and Dwelling Units
UFAS vs. ADA 2010 and which type of funding do they affect
The most Common 504 Issues we find during inspections
Fair Housing Act Regulations and Standards
The Seven Design & Construction Requirements
The Fair Housing Act Design Manual
How do you How do you know what Safe Harbors to use in new construction and rehabs?
The most common Fair Housing Issues we find during inspections
The Future of Accessibility
Capital Needs Assessments and how Accessibility should affect the bottom line
What a Certificate of Occupancy means and what it does not mean
NCSHA’s new trends towards Accessibility and its Four New Best Practices that directly relate to Accessibility
Who bears the ultimate responsibility for ensuring your properties are Accessible.
And much more!
Contact for questions: Marian Reid, Deputy Director at (631) 567-5111 x312 or email@example.com