Assistance Animals in Public Accommodations and Housing (8-14-2014)

ADA In Focus Webinar Series

August 2014 edition of the ADA In Focus Webinar Series

Presented by the Mid-Atlantic ADA Center

From guide dogs that help blind individuals navigate their surroundings, to cats that provide emotional support to people with depression, there are numerous types of assistance animals available to people with disabilities. However, federal laws governing the right to be accompanied by these animals in various settings can be confusing. This session focused on the federal laws that address public accommodations and housing.


Kat Taylor, Disability Rights Program Manager, The Equal Rights Center

Session Handouts

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Service Animal Webinar Transcript

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