Presented by TransCen, Inc. and the Mid-Atlantic ADA Center
This is a 90 minute session.
This session explored the differences in how the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Fair Housing Act regulate service animals in shelter settings, including homeless, emergency and domestic abuse shelters. Our presenter, Jessica L. Hunt, Attorney Advisor for the Office of Disability Rights in the District of Columbia, addressed scenarios in which these laws may apply. She provided guidance on issues related to service animals in shelter situations, including dogs with multiple handlers, how to accommodate service animals in shelters, and housing individuals with animal allergies.
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- Real-time captioning will be provided via the webinar platform.
Continuing Education Recognition Available: Certificate of Participation
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