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    1991
    Stutt E. Minutes - AEHA (OTTAWA BRANCH) EDUCATION COMMITTEE.; 1991.
    Ongoing efforts of Ottawa consumers to stop the abuse of children with sensitivities in the Carleton Board of Education.
    PDF icon AEHAOttawaeducationcommitteeminutes1991ocr.pdf (90.77 KB)
    1993
    Rotor L, Stutt E, Brown C. Environmental Sensitivities Awareness Project.; 1993.
    Public education was recommended in government reports, by public health groups and by Health and Welfare prior to the 1993 election. By the time this proposal was submitted, Health Canada had abandoned promoting the protection of persons with environmental sensitivities. The project was not approved. The people who were supposed to be protected by measures encouraged prior to 1993 are being injured or killed, instead.
    PDF icon AEHAcommunicationsproposal1993ocr.pdf (278.38 KB)
    1994
    Stutt E, Phillips L, Rotor L. AEHA brief to Ottawa area Liberal MPP's.; 1994.
    Forwards some social and health concerns of persons with sensitivities, asks for help in ending abuse by physicians.
    PDF icon AEHAOttawatoOttawaLiberalMPPs1994ocr.pdf (1.2 MB)
    Rotor L, Stutt E. Sensitivities in the Classroom.. 1994.
    Article outlines some of the concerns about learning and behavioural sequelea of sensitivities, health concerns in classroom, need to accommodate children with these disabilities through environmental changes.
    PDF icon sensitivitiesintheclassroom1994ocr.pdf (197.83 KB)
    1995
    Stutt E. AEHA National VP writes Ontario MPP about abuse of children with consequent learning and behavioural disabilities.; 1995.
    Many school boards still think it is appropriate to horrifically abuse children by only dealing with the results of their reactions, not preventing them.
    PDF icon AEHAstutttoMPPgaryguzzo1995ocr.pdf (220.83 KB)
    Stutt E. AEHA VP Elizabeth Stutt writes AEHA President Greg Booth indicating that need for research is not excuse not to end abuse.; 1995.
    At one time, AEHA was not afraid to speak out about the ongoing abuse of persons with sensitivities in health care.
    PDF icon AEHAstuttsupportsprotections1995ocr.pdf (126.1 KB)