A La Grande woman and her young disabled daughter were granted a reasonable accommodation request for an assigned parking spot close to the entrance to their apartment and a modification for an additional sidewalk to accommodate the daughter’s wheelchair. The housing provider made the modifications without consulting the tenant, even though the tenant tried multiple times to address the issues before construction began. The completed modifications did not meet the daughter’s needs. FHCO advocated successfully with the provider, who agreed to make the needed changes to accommodate the tenant’s daughter.