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Equality Act
The Equality Act 2010 replaces many previous anti-discrimination laws like the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) 1995 and Race Relations Act 1976. The equality law also gives deaf people their rights of access to everyday services. Service providers have an obligation to make 'reasonable adjustments' in the provision of their services. BSL and communication support are also mentioned in the legislation as an example of a 'reasonable adjustment'.

For more information about the Equality Act 2010, please look at the Directgov website. If you want to know how the Equality Act might affect yourselves or organisation, please contact us.
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