I have particular needs because of a disability, my religion, or another prohibited ground of discrimination, and I was not adequately accommodated by my workplace, or a store or restaurant, by a landlord or government body. What can I do?
Failure to accommodate (to the point of undue hardship) can be a form of discrimination. See here to learn more about discrimination and what you can do in response.
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