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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​CAI webinars offer professional training without leaving your home or office. Conducted online, these programs are hosted by industry experts to keep you up-to-date on legislative activity, management trends, industry best practices, and subjects of interest for community managers and homeowners. More than 400 on-demand webinars  are available and new live webinars are added every month. Continuing education credit for management credentials is available.​

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Mental Illness: How to Tackle Challenging Issues and Better Care for Community Members

February 26, 2020, 2pm ET

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Mental health can profoundly affect the way we maintain property, enforce rules, conduct meetings, and generally interact with each other. This presentation examines techniques for effectively recognizing mental illness, provides tips on how to handle disruptive behavior, and covers ways to better care for community members and ourselves. Tune in and learn how you can tackle and resolve challenging issues, such as nuisance conduct and threats, hoarding, director misconduct, property damage, and more.



Assistance Animals and Your Community: What HUD’s New Guidance Means for Your Association

March 25th, 2020, 2pm ET

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According to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Fair Housing Act complaints concerning denial of reasonable accommodations and disability access comprise almost 60% of all FHA complaints, and those involving requests for reasonable accommodations for assistance animals are significantly increasing. Tune in to learn how the new guidance makes it easier for housing providers and individuals requesting an accommodation for an assistance animal to better understand what legal steps need to be taken to secure a reasonable accommodation, especially when discussing a disability that is not readily discernible.

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