The disability discrimination act 1995 informally and hereafter the dda is an act of the parliament of the united kingdom which has now been repealed and replaced by the equality act 2010 except in northern ireland where the act still applies. Early years and the disability discrimination act 1995 what service providers need to know from september 2002 the disability discrimination act 1995 dda applies to all providers of early years services this leaflet explains how the dda applies to those providing care and education in early years settings it provides examples of. Early years and the disability discrimination act 1995 the jigsaw motif has been used as a devise to symbolise the different parts of the disability discrimination act that are relevant to disabled children in early years settings 1. Placed by part iii of the disability discrimination act 1995 on those providing goods facilities or services to the public and those selling letting or managing premises the act makes it unlawful for service providers landlords and other persons to discriminate against disabled people in certain circumstances
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