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People with chemical sensitivity and related conditions(e.g. migraines, vasomotor rhinitis) who have symptoms that can triggered by chemicals and fragrance exposures have the legal right to some disability accommodations at schools and other educational facilities. Many schools and other educational facilities are now providing fragrance and scent free spaces, but not all!.

 

To find out more about this subject we recommend these resources

 

Disability Specific Adjustments: Multiple Chemical Sensitivity in the Education and Training Setting

 

https://www.adcet.edu.au/disability-practitioner/reasonable-adjustments/disability-specific-adjustments/multiple-chemical-sensitivity/

 

 

Book: The toxic playground : a guide to reducing the chemical load in schools and childcare centres . by J Immig, Total Environment Centre (NSW)

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