1) Letter from US Dept of Education stating EMF's are a trigger for MCS, and that accommodations to protect against EMFs are necessary for those with MCS. Attached
2) Compilation of 100+ letters from doctors and scientists regarding EHS and wireless radiation. Attached below
3) US Dept of Education, Office of Civil Rights updated guide to section 504 accommodations, updated Dec. 2016 https://www2.ed.gov/
4) ADA recognizes EHS (obtained from Environmental Health Trust http://ehtrust.org/scien
Electromagnetic hypersensitivity, aka EHS, is considered a disability under the ADA "if they so severely impair the neurological, respiratory or other functions of an individual that it substantially limits one of more of the individual's major life activities" (p. 56353 of ADA Accessibility Guidelines for Buildings and Facilities; Final Rule, September 2002 . https://www.access-board.gov/a
ADA definition of disability not only includes learning, but also bodily functions including digestive and endocrine (this includes thyroid) and caring for oneself, updated August 2016. From https://www.federalregister.go
The federal Access Board contracted the National Institute of Building Sciences (NIBS) to examine how to accommodate the needs of the electro sensitive in federally funded buildings. The 2005 NIBS Report Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) report is here . http://web.archive.org/web/200
General Accommodation Considerations
• Relocate workplace away from areas where symptoms are triggered. This may include limiting certain types of devices in the vicinity of the employee’s workstation.
• Provide wired telephones and network connections.
• Provide building-wide and/or workspace shielding of equipment and devices
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