- About Fragrances: Did you know.. Fragrances can make you ill.
- Chemical Sensitivity Leaflet
- Food, Mood And Behaviour
- Impacts Of Environmental Toxins On The Health Of Children
- Is It Really Migraine?
- Need to take a medication: some things you may need to consider.
- Pesticides They're Everywhere
- MCS Visitors Guidelines 2008
- Chemical Sensitivity: Is there a problem? : A Consumer Point of View
- Chemical Injury
- Multiple Chemical Sensitivity: A 1999 Consensus
- Multiple Chemical Sensitivity: 2006 Review of the Evidence
- Disability Rights
- Information on Applying For Low Allergy Housing
- Template Letter Applying For Low Allergy Housing
- Location, Housing Material and Design Guidelines
- Australian Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission
- Where To Find a Medical Practitioner
- Dealing with Hospitalisation and Emergency Surgery when Allergy, Food and Chemical Sensitivity are Complicating Factors.
- Health Information Template
- Australian Government Review of MCS 2006 -
- Fragrance, Perfume, Scent Information
- Formaldehyde in Clothing
- Medication Information
- Chemically sensitive! Dog got fleas!
- Medications for use with a Low Phenolic Diet
- MCS News
- A Guide to Living with MCS
Disability Job Access in Australia
|Disability and Medical Issues For MCS and Allergy - Disability Job Access|
DISABILITY JOB ACCESS
The Australian Government Job Access Website includes Multiple Chemical Sensitivity as a Disability. JobAcces has been designed for employers, job seekers and employees with disability, their co-workers and employment service providers. JobAccess is an initiative of the Australian Government to support the employment of people with disability. MCS Disability Information can be accessed at www.jobaccess.gov.au/content/multiple-chemical-sensitivity-syndrome
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