June 2018 Coach's Quiz

We’ve answered FAQs to help you avoid fair housing trouble when handling reasonable accommodation requests involving assistance animals and parking accommodations. Now let’s look at how the rules might apply in the real world. Take the COACH’s Quiz to see what you have learned.

INSTRUCTIONS: Each of the following questions has only one correct answer. On a separate piece of paper, write down the number of each question, followed by the answer you think is correct—for example, (1) b, (2) a, and so on.

We’ve answered FAQs to help you avoid fair housing trouble when handling reasonable accommodation requests involving assistance animals and parking accommodations. Now let’s look at how the rules might apply in the real world. Take the COACH’s Quiz to see what you have learned.

INSTRUCTIONS: Each of the following questions has only one correct answer. On a separate piece of paper, write down the number of each question, followed by the answer you think is correct—for example, (1) b, (2) a, and so on.

QUESTION #1

Even though we have a no-pet policy, we must consider making an exception for a resident who says he needs an emotional support dog because of a disability. True or false?

a.   True.

b.   False.

QUESTION #2

Our community has a strict policy against pit bulls and other dangerous breeds, but we must consider making an exception for an applicant with a disability who says his pit bull is an assistance animal. True or false?

a.   True.

b.   False.

QUESTION #3

Several months after moving into the community, a resident tells you that she’s disabled and asks you to reserve for her an accessible parking space near her unit. You may deny the request because she didn’t ask for the space when she moved in. True or false?

a.   True.

b.   False.