Allowing a live-in Aid for a senior is both fair housing and a fair HUD requirement. The definition of a live-in aide is someone who lives with one or more senior adults, close-to-elderly adults, or disabled people, and who: A) is physically capable; and B) requires the assistance of another person on a daily basis in the performance of tasks that would normally be performed by an able-bodied person. The requirement does not mean a live-in aid has to be permanently living in the home it just means a senior citizen companions. It could just mean someone needs help occasionally to carry out everyday activities. The aide must not be prohibited from living independently.
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