Have you ever heard about the term “ADA”? This tenure that’s actually defining “disability” in a broad manner, and furthermore, it does not have any type of limitations when it comes to disabilities and incapacities where in the patient can be prescribed with their own esa letter. It is a true advantage, because of its astounding flexibility with immense respect for the nature and magnitude of severity to an individual’s mental, physical, or emotional concerns. There are other forms of disabilities to which a patient are granted prescriptions to have their ESAs.
What are these qualified disabilities? They are separated into two groups, to better acknowledge the intensity and partition the rightful procedures when it comes to medications and propensity to be granted with emotional support animal letter or recommendations, and these are;
• Mobility problems
• Speech problems
• Neurological problems
While for individuals who are subjected to emotional or mental or both concerns, the qualified applications for ESAs are:
• Bipolar disorder
• Age-related cognitive decline
• Panic attacks
• Separation anxiety
• Emotionally overwhelmed
• Social phobia
• Stress issues
• Or any psychiatric conditions
There are laws in the United States to protect both the rights and privileges of patients and their ESAs, such as, Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988 for home accommodations if there are any restrictions to a property that imposes the no-pet housing policies. While for travelling tendencies there is the Air Carrier Access Act 49 U.S.C. 41705, Dept. of Transportation 14 C.F.R. Part 382, the handler will be able to fly with their ESA inside the cabin without having to worry about or be billed with additional pet fee.