DOJ’s Regulations - Staying out of the Dog House: Service Animals and Assistance Animals under the ADA, 504, and Fair Housing Act - originally broadcast March 21, 2013
Irene Bowen, ADA One, LLC
L. Scott Lissner, AHEAD President
Who’s not confused? DOJ says only dogs are ADA service animals, but miniature horses are reasonable modifications sometimes. HUD says the Fair Housing Act requires that you let assistance animals (not just dogs) – including emotional support animals – into housing. What should you do, what can you ask? This audioconference - an AHEAD Conference Highlighted Session – makes sense of the regulations around service animals on campus and gives you concrete examples and guidance for your own practices.
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