A few of us in the MCS community have been burning the proverbial candle at both ends and in the middle, trying to generate public awareness and interest to persuade the NS housing authority to reconsider their 3 year battle to evict our good friend Wendy, despite no accessible alternatives being available.
Their unwillingness to understand and accommodate her disability and her medical team’s recommendations… well, it’s something a lot of us have faced and are facing.
Posted in Accessibility, Action, Disability, Environmental Health, Friendship, Housing, Human Rights, Medically Required Housing, Support
Tagged #LetWendyStay, environmental illness, environmental sensitivities, fragrance-free, homelessness, invisible disabilities, MCS, MCS housing, petrochemicals, saving lives, systemic discrimination
Here’s an awesome short video you need to see:
Posted in Accessibility, Action, Housing, Human Rights, Policy
Tagged #LetWendyLive, #LetWendyStay, allergies, discrimination., environmental sensitivities, eviction, invisible disabilities, MCS, MCS/ES, medically required housing, multiple chemical sensitivities, safe housing