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WHAT ARE THE LEGAL OBLIGATIONS OF SERVICE PROVIDERS?

  • Is it discriminatory for the Education Department to refuse to use proven methods of educating children with autism, to therefore abandon educating them, and just to baby sit them?
  • Is it discriminatory for Disability Services to provide services (however minor they may be) for people with physical disability, yet continually refuse to provide any services to those with Autism Spectrum Disorders or related disorders?
  • There is a legal responsibility in the Disabilities Services Act and the Children, Young Persons aned Their Families Act to ensure that disabled children and children in care are able to develop to their full potential. Are these agencies breaching their bligations to children with autism? What legal recompense is there for this neglect of their legal responsibilities by not using proven methods of educating children with autism?
  • Are our Governments in breach of the United Nations' Conventions on the Rights of the Child etc?.
  • A.T.A.C. will have legal experts at its conference this year to answer these and other questions you may have. We will then make decisions about how we can proceed legally in the future to attain full rights for our children.

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