Accommodating EHS

EHS is recognized as both an environmental sensitivity and a disability by the Canadian Human Rights Commission.

We help facilities learn how to reduce their Electromagnetic exposure in order to accommodate those with EHS, whether it’s a working environment, medical facility, or other public space.

Shelley Wright shares her experiences of EHS accessibility and accommodation at an Ontario hospital in 2017.  To be accommodated within a hospital setting it is best to first contact the patient experience office to inform them of your needs for EHS accommodation.  Shelley shares her experience in order to help others with EHS receive similar accommodation: EHS Accessibility Request & Thank You Letter for EHS Accommodation