Hoarding Disorder: Situations and Solutions for Property Managers
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Residents beset with hoarding disorder may deny onsite staff access to their units, resist cleanup requests and decline to report maintenance and plumbing issues. Protecting communities from significant health and safety obstacles and violations can be achieved! Public service resources like health departments, animal control and adult protective services provide property managers with the tools to execute cautious and compassionate approaches to helping residents. Join our panel of experts as they reframe common misconceptions and practices surrounding hoarding disorder with meaningful engagement strategies, access to outside resources, ways to comply with Fair Housing protections and how to avoid evictions.
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