- 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
- Template Sample Letters For Schools
- School Emergency Action Plan
- 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
- Disability Job Access in Australia
- 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
MCS Visitors Guidelines 2008
|MCS - ASEHA MCS Publications|
These guidelines are intended to provide information to people who are likely to visit a person with MCS. The guidelines cover a description of what MCS is, how it comes about and what you can do to help. These are aimed at family, friends, professionals and service providers.
At all times remember that chemically sensitive persons are very sick because they have been poisoned. The reactions are real, they are not imagined. Always treat a chemically sensitive person with dignity and respect because their value and worth as a human being is deserving of that. Treat them as you would like to be treated yourself in that position.
Section 1. Why these guidelines are so important
Section 2. About MCS
Section 3. What chemicals are the problem
Section 4. Guideline Checklists for a visit to a MCS person
Section 5. References and more reading.
Compiled January 2008 by Dorothy M Bowes, Dr Sharyn Martin, PhD, Heather Webb, Barbara Prideaux, Diane Dunbar.
Last Updated (Wednesday, 06 July 2011 00:44)