Access to Community Based Advocacy Services for Persons with Multiple Chemical Sensitivity

Pamela Reed Gibson, Yuri Coronado-Prieto, Alexis Cook-Smith


This paper describes results of an online survey of directors of Centers for Independent Living regarding customers with Multiple Chemical Sensitivities (MCS). Described are knowledge and perceptions regarding MCS, number of customers seen with MCS, accommodations and advocacy actions taken on their behalf, and resources needed to serve this population.

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