(Rafif Gerrard, GLAD’s DAHC Apartments Manager signs outside with trees and plants in background. Los Angeles Housing Department logo and GLAD logo in top corners.)
RAFIF: Hello there! City of Los Angeles wants to learn more about the many barriers deaf communities experience when looking for housing.
For example, no sign language interpreters during the leasing process, need assistance with applications, or communicate with a manager to look for an apartment.
City of Los Angeles is inviting you to come on November 1 at 1:30 pm at GLAD, to suggest how the city of LA can improve housing access.
For more information, visit gladinc.org
(Rafif fades out to show flyer. Description:
“Your Opinion Matters!
The City of Los Angeles wants to learn from you what barriers you are facing in your housing and what housing features would be beneficial to you.
Help us and let your thoughts be known.
Nov 1, 2022.
1:30 – 3:30 PM
Where: 2222 W Laverna Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90041
The Enhanced Accessibility Program seeks to enhance accessibility features for individuals with hearing and vision disabilities in their housing.”
Above text on a flyer. At bottom of flyer are disability symbols: heelchair, brain, person with cane, and interpreter. Los Angeles Housing Department logo. Equal Housing Opportunity logo.)