Impact of the Charter on the Healthcare Sector


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Impact of the Charter on the Healthcare Sector
Constitutional law: analysis of the impact of the charter on your area of public sector work: disability rights/access to health care/equity rights
The following paper looks at the impact of the charter on the area of public sector work known as health care – health care involving the care for children with severe disabilities and services for those individuals receiving care at home. Essentially, we all expect to be treated in a particular manner (equality) and we all expect that similarly-situated persons will be treated equally. Likewise, there is an expectation that the workplace and the services sector will be made as accessible as possible to those with disabilities so that...
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