Saturday, 7 June 2014

Another Bedroom Tax case dealing with a room adapted for a Disabled Child

Okay for those of you with disabled children or know anyone with a disabled child this Bedroom Tax case reported by Nearly Legal makes very interesting reading.  In short a bedroom had been adapted for a disabed daugher into a sensory room, the landlord had assisted in those adaptations and evidence was provide by the Occupational Therapist who was assigned to the disabled daughter.  The Courts found for the mother because the room had been adapted for 10 years and there was supporting evidence from the OT.  To read the full decision go to

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