I've come up with a really quick draft of something to help convention attendees decide if they should bring their Emotional Service Animals to conventions (and, if they do, whether they should bring the animal out or leave it in their hotel room). (Apparently I thought it was easier to try and write one myself than to use google.)
I've included everything I can think of that would help people make that decision or might impact that decision, but I'm sure that there are things I haven't thought of. In fact, I've thought of one while typing this entry that I'll be adding momentarily. If anyone has any suggestions of things I've missed, concrit of things I've included, or anything along those lines, I would greatly appreciate it.Here's the link if you want to check it out.
Thanks in advance!
Side note: While it's (probably) too late for me to arrange this year, as the con I'm staffing is in three weeks, next year I will be looking into hosting a Therapy Dog for a few hours to help out with anyone who does have to leave their ESA at home or in their hotel room. I'm hoping it'll also help defer people distracting service dogs, since the Therapy Dog will be there for them to pet and snuggle and generally go goofy over.
(Final paragraph edited for clarity.)