Explains the duty of schools to make reasonable adjustments to allow disabled pupils to access and fully participate in education.
Explains how service providers, such as banks or utility companies mustn't discriminate against you, if you are disabled, and should make reasonable adjustments to allow you to use their services.
Explains how service providers must not discriminate against you, when you are claiming or receiving benefits.
Explains how energy companies mustn't discriminate against you if you are disabled, and how they should make reasonable adjustments to allow you to use their services.
Find out more about disability discrimination in employment, access to goods and services, education, public transport.
Explains what to do if someone with a disability experiences discrimination, or rude or hostile behaviour when using health services.
Explains what is meant by a disability hate incident or hate crime. Covers violence or hostility because you are, or someone thinks you are disabled, or because of your association with a disabled person.
Explains how you might be treated unfairly because of something connected to a disability, such as special equipment or adaptations, rather than the disability itself.
Find out the definition of disability under the Equality Act 2010.
Explains the reasons why discrimination might be justified in some situations, according to the Equality Act 2010.
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