A recent allegation of disability discrimination from the parents of a three-year old boy with special needs has resulted in a national fitness club chain revising its policies and procedures and implementing staff training. The alleged discrimination occurred after the child had been playing with toys in the fitness club’s Kids’ Club and had refused to move from his position in front of a slide. Upon learning from his parents that he had autism, a staff member informed them that, had the staff known that he was autistic, they would not have ...
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