Coming up on Wednesday, May 3, 12-1 pm…
More than Four Paws:
Everything You Wanted to Know about Service Dogs but Were Afraid to Ask
Where: University Hall 25 (basement floor of 601 S. Nedderman Dr, UT Arlington)
When: Wednesday, May 3, 12-1 pm
Have you ever wondered what the difference is between service dogs and emotional support animals? How to interact with a person and their service dog? What rights do people and their service dogs have? Is it acceptable to ask to pet a service dog?
This roundtable brings together service dog users (and their dogs) from the Arlington Mayor’s Committee on People with Disabilities, TCU’s Service Dog Organization, and UTA to share their experiences working with mobility assistance, psychiatric service, medical response, and guide dogs.
Aaron Gadsen & Keeper, UTA
Jordan Roselli & Draco, TCU Service Dog Organization
Carl Kurtz & Kheshma, TCU Service Dog Organization
Donna Mack & Wella, Arlington Mayor’s Committee on People with Disabilities
Nancy Garza, UTA Disability Studies Minor
All are welcome! Co-sponsored by the Disability Studies Minor and the Office for Students with Disabilities.
Questions or need an a disability-related accommodation to fully participate in this event? Contact Trevor Engel at firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr. Sarah Rose at email@example.com. Visitor parking information at https://www.uta.edu/pats/parking/guest-parking.php, the Maverick Parking Garage is the closest facility at South West St. and West 4th St.