Annotated Bibliography with Documents

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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.
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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.
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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.
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Rotor L. AEHA Rotor to CHRC John Dwyer emphasising extent of abuse.; 1995.
Let it be known that many people with sensitivities have suffered serious damages as a result of abuse by persons in positions of authority, including, but certainly not limited to people within the Canadian and provincial Human Rights Commissions. When even Chris Brown who has devoted his life to trying to get justice done is unable to be heard, you can be quite sure that desperate people are going to focus on survival methods which are more practical than spending years persisting in a process in which they are further discredited and emotionally abused.
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