VISIONS 2019 | Updates to the ADA: Emotional Support Animals, Assistive Animals, and More
Wednesday May 15, 2019: 3:00pm to 4:00pm
Downtown Library: Multi-Purpose Room
Jack Bernard,Associate General Counsel at the University of Michigan, and Christina Kline, Assistant Director and ADA Coordinator at the University of Michigan Office for Institutional Equity, present
Updates to the ADA: Emotional Support Animals, Assistive Animals, and More
Do you know the difference between Emotional Support Animals and Assistive Animals? Do you know which animals can legally be kept in dorms or in rentals? Which animals can be taken into public spaces such as restaurants and stores? You may have seen news reports about Emotional Support Animals that passengers bring aboard airplanes, but what is the law? What documentation is needed? Get answers to these questions and learn what's new in the Americans with Disabilities Act from U-M experts, Jack Bernard and Christina Kline.
This event is part of VISIONS: What's New in Technology for the Blind, Visually Impaired, and Physically Disabled. For more information about VISIONS, click here.