Accommodations at ClexaCon
If you have any questions, comments, concerns, or ideas for accommodations and accessibility at ClexaCon, please send along an email to accessibility@clexacon.com to speak with Kàegh (pronounced like the letter 'K').
What are your name and pronouns? *
What is the email address to best reach you? *
Do you already have your pass for ClexaCon? *
Please describe your specific accommodation needs while attending ClexaCon. You do not need to disclose a diagnosis or justification for any accommodations required/requested. Please share what you feel comfortable with so we can provide you with a wonderful experience at ClexaCon. *
What accessibility items will you need at ClexaCon? *
Do you have any suggestions or requests for the Calm Corner? *
The following is the state of Nevada's understanding and purpose of service animals. Simply check yes that you've read the statement. "Under the ADA, service animals are defined as dogs. It also includes miniature horses under the following conditions: Entities covered by the ADA must modify their policies to permit miniature horses where reasonable. The regulations set out four assessment factors to assist entities in determining whether miniature horses can be accommodated in their facility. The assessment factors are (1) whether the miniature horse is housebroken; (2) whether the miniature horse is under the owner’s control; (3) whether the facility can accommodate the miniature horse’s type, size, and weight; and (4) whether the miniature horse’s presence will not compromise legitimate safety requirements necessary for safe operation of the facility." (Service Animals: Nevada Disability Advocacy and Law Center). *
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