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November 20, 2017



Seems like the school might provide a handler the same way they would provide a sign language interpreter.

I always wonder how we accommodate service animals and animal allergies at the same time.

Patricia Dudek

As a person with horrible allergies & asthma I have wondered the same thing- I think they do it by scheduling.

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