Under the Equality Act 2010 service providers and employers have a duty to make reasonable adjustments where needed for disabled people.
Accessing Members Resources
Some resources are for Tai Pawb members only and you will need a password to access them. If you are a Tai Pawb member and need details of the password or copies of documents in a Word version or alternative format please contact email@example.com or call 029 2053 7630.
What is Reasonable?
We often get queries on what is considered reasonable and who pays for reasonable adjustments. The EHRC has useful guidance on its website on these two areas:
- ‘How do we define reasonable’ (EHRC)
- ‘Who pays for an adjustments’ (EHRC)
Tai Pawb Good Practice Briefings
- Mental Health Wellbeing and Housing (November 2014)
- Dementia Service Provision and Housing Design (March 2014)
- Tenancy Breakdowns – Equality Considerations (November 2013)
- Making the most of Hearing (Induction) Loops (April 2013)
- Reasonable Adjustments – Employment (February 2013)
- Making information accessible (July 2012)
- Disability Equality and Housing (January 2010)
- Discrimination in housing – duty to make reasonable adjustments (Citizens Advice)
- Supporting people with sensory loss, best practice guide for housing providers (RNIB Cymru and Action on Hearing Loss Cymru)
- Reasonable adjustments for disabled workers (Gov.UK)
- Access to Work (Gov.UK)
- Autistic Spectrum Disorder A Guide for Homelessness Practitioners and Housing Advice Workers (Welsh Government, 2011)
- Autistic Spectrum Disorder A Guide to Housing Management for Practitioners and People in Rented Housing (Welsh Government, 2011)
Please note the material in this section is for information purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. Tai Pawb is not responsible for the content of external resources