Yes, if a person needs a service dog in order to be able to function on a daily basis, then reasonable accommodations need to be made for the dog. Schools and workplaces will likely need to adopt changes in order to accept medical professionals' recommendations. It will likely have to be a case by case basis, though.
The amount of relief service dogs can provide is incredible. The school banned this poor girl from having her service dog attend classes with her. The dog would provide relief not just to the girl, but to fellow classmates. The majority of children would love having a dog in the class. These animals are trained to help their patients, not provide a distraction to others around them.
Yes, medical service animals should be allowed in all institutions. Just like requiring ramps for wheel chairs are required because everyone has the right to go to school and achieve their education like everyone else. So should school children requiring service animals. The bonus would be for all school children to learn what a service animal is and how to treat them not like a pet.
Look guys service animals are amazing and are very helpful and fun but There are other options parents can find. Like going to deaf and blind schools. My brother is very allergic to dogs and cats. So if you think about it and think about the people who would be affectded dangerously. I am sorry to u dog lovers but this is true. Suck it up, deal with it.
No, institutions should not have to accept a medical professionals say on a service animal being a necessity at schools. I'm torn on this issue, because I understand the need for and great work done by service animals. However, a person like my son who has severe dog allergies wouldn't be able to go to school at all if there is a dog in the building. Consideration has to be taken for everyone else that has to be in the same environement.