The Effort and “Inconvenience” of Single-Handedly Trying to Remove Systemic Barriers to Access

Seriously "Sensitive" to Pollution

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When she needed accommodation, you won’t believe the rigmarole that ensued.

(unless you have MCS/ES)

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“They should not have to make significantly more effort to access or obtain service. They should also not have to accept lesser quality or more inconvenience.”

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Someone with MCS (who wishes to remain anonymous) was asked about how her efforts to receive appropriate, safe, accommodation were going, so she could see a health care provider. She is one of a growing number of people who become disabled from exposures to toxic chemicals found in many everyday products and materials, especially in fragrances.

This is pretty much how the story goes:

She contacted a health care provider by phone and talked to a receptionist.

She asked her if they had a scent-free policy and was told they didn’t.

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