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An ESA is an animal companion that offers some type of benefit to an individual with some form of disability. The animal is intended to provide companionships and support that will help alleviate at least one aspect of the disability.
An ESA evaluation can also be called a Prescription Letter. This certificate shows your animal is necessary for your treatment.
You must have an ESA Letter/Evaluation provided to you by a mental health professional. This letter/evaluation is considered a prescription, meaning you need an appropriate professional to provide such information.
Yes. Chapter 760.27 prevents renting accommodations from discriminating against those with disabilities that can require the aid of an ESA.
Yes. Under the ACAA the client is able to travel with the ESA. This Federal law prevents airlines from discriminating against individuals with disabilities that require the aid of their ESA, as long as the proper documentation is provided, and the animal is deemed appropriate for cabin travel.
You only need to discuss why you have an ESA if you are traveling and the airline requires such information, or if you are determining if your housing arrangements can accommodate an ESA. Otherwise, you are not required to share such information with others.