What is required in California to get a companion animal to aid depression caused by long-term disability?
Its been suggested that I get a theraputic companion animal for mom. I am concerned that my apartment manager may ask me to move from our "no pets" complex if I do. Can anyone direct me to a website with info on disabled persons rights to have companion animals in California? Is there a specific form for the doctor to fill out? Is there any state or federal licensure requirements? What kind of animals qualify as companion animals? Is there a specific type of doctor to see? Thank for taking the time to read my question.
The laws in California are on your side and there are also Federal laws which bear notice. But for your needs, the following is sufficient;
For more information, there's also the following:
California already has AB 860, signed into law in 2000 and effective Jan 2001. It states that:
’No governing documents shall prohibit an owner of a separate interest within a common interest development from keeping at least one pet within the common interest development subject to reasonable rules and regulations of the association." The law also applies to mobile home parks. Under California law, "governing documents," by the way, includes "operating rules."’
In Fair Employment Housing Commission v Auburn Woods I, a California Appeals court established the "companion animal" principle, namely: that companion animals are as vital to the emotional health of their owners as service dogs are to the physical well-being of persons with disabilities. The principle was re-stated in the press release by the Department of Fair Employment and Housing after the Appellate ruling.(see http://www.calhomelaw.org/doc.asp?id=420): (+ info
What is the difference between a spicy tuna roll and a california roll?
OK, so i really need to know. what is a spicy tuna roll made of? and in your opinion is it good? && the same thing for a california roll. cuz i want to order them but ddont want to get it and not like it. Thnks
The California roll is a maki-zushi (roll), a kind of sushi roll, usually made inside-out, containing cucumber, crab meat or imitation crab stick, and avocado. Sometimes crab salad is substituted for the crab stick, and often the outer layer of rice (in an inside-out roll) is sprinkled with toasted sesame seeds or tobiko.
Spicy tuna roll is made with tuna trimmings and fat is added to make it creamier. Spicy tuna roll can be made into a outside thick roll, hand roll, or a ship roll. Ingredients: Spicy Tuna, Japanese Cucumbers, Sushi Rice, Nori, Wasabi
i think they're both really good, because im a die-hard sushi fan. but if you're not that daring, then get the california roll. its a safe one that most people like. spicy tuna is a little less common so i dunno if you would like it. still great tho! btw the california roll is cooked meat, spicy tuna is raw fish. :) (+ info
Is California a good place to live with people that have cerebral palsy?
I'm a 22 year old male who has cerebral palsy and I'm thinking about moving from Tennessee to California.How is California toward people in my condition,and where would be the best place to live at?I know San Francisco is to hilly so please can some one help me out here.
I am not familiar with CA and how they react to people with Cerebral Palsy as I live in another part of the country, but one way you can find out is to check with United Cerebral Palsy's chapter in the San Franscico area. You can find out more about this by going to: http://www.ucp.org or find them on Facebook. (+ info
How to start home child care in california?
How to start home child care in california?
Can someone tell me the steps to start a home child care in the state of California? What are the requirements?
Here is the link for the California Community Care Licensing Division......................................
You should find everything you need there.
GOOD LUCK!! (+ info
How old do you have to be to get a Monroe in California with parental permission?
Please don't say I shouldn't get one or that they're ugly or they cause health risks, etc. I've done a lot of research on this, but what I can't find is the age with parental permission you have to be to get a Monroe done in California. I've heard that different places have different ages, but I know 11-13 year olds have had them done professionally at a piercer. Is this illegal/legal, or what?
There is no legal minimum age with consent. However shops can and often do set their own age limits. Most piercers will not pierce anything but ear lobes on anyone younger than 14 (and sometimes they set the age even higher).
And as a bit of a warning, I would be highly wary of any piercer willing to do a monroe on such young children; it's widely accepted in the piercing community to be unethical. (+ info
Is there any programs in california that help low income people pay for their medications?
I want to know if there are any programs out there in california to help people with low income help pay for their meds. My mother in law needs her insulin and doesnt have any health insurance and cant afford it. She is at her wits end and needs some assistance.
Go to this web site: https://www.pparx.org/Intro.php
Partnership For Patient Assistance - I and my daughters did this last year and I am on a lot of medication. (+ info
how would i transfer my cosmtetology license from california to michigan?
I am moving from california to michigan this summer after I finish my cosmetology school. I plan on taking my state board in california and retaking it again in michigan. But how do I go about doing that? Where do I start?
http://www.naccas.org may have more information. If calling them, please wait for the next business day. (+ info
What are some of the best web sites to find tattoos in california?
I'm getting a new tattoo and i wanted to look at some art work, what are some best web sites to look at in california?
amazone.com (+ info
How much would an adult circumcision cost in California?
Okay, as embarrasing as this is, I need to know. I need to get a circumcision for a variety of reasons, none of them cosmetic. Mainly, it's for a painfully tight frenulum and hygiene. However, i don't have support for this from my parents and as such will have to finance the operation myself. How much (roughly) would it cost a healthy 19 year old male (student, with student health insurance from Blue Cross/Blue Shield of California) to get an ordinary, locally anesthetized circumcision to be preformed in a Southern California hospital/doctor's office? Would insurance cover it fully/partially?
Okay, to all those who've replied with "DON'T DO IT!" messages, trust me, I'm not exactly keen on this. But I got two opinions, one from a GP and one from a urologist both saying I can go on for a while without it done, but sooner or later it's gonna have to happen, so better to do it young. So basically, just looking for a $ amount here.
two weeks of not masturbating.... that's how much it'll cost...if you have BCBS... you'll just pay deductable... and it shouldn't be that much..... should almost be out-patient surgery... (+ info
what is the best city in california to be a cosmetologist?
I want to start cosmetology school, but I want to know what city in California would bring in the most clients, and the most money.
Los Angeles!!! Hollywood stylist babe. (+ info
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