Don't Consider Household Income with Live-In Aide Requests

Don't Consider Household Income with Live-In Aide Requests



Approving a live-in aide, if needed by a disabled household, is an example of a reasonable accommodation. When considering a household’ request for a live-in aide to accommodate a household member’ disability, don’t be concerned that the aide’s occupancy in a low-income unit will affect the household’s income.

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