Access to health care requires a scent-free environment. If exposures cannot be managed, having a “safe room” to place and protect MCS patients is beneficial.
How to create a scent-free environment (health care provider’s office):
There are no biological markers to support the diagnosis of MCS. The most characteristic feature is intolerance to common, airborne chemical exposures at levels previously tolerated, and tolerated by the healthy population. There are several tools used to help support the diagnosis.
Patients with MCS need help and support from their health care practitioner to learn to manage their condition.
SEEDS of health
Below you will find two versions of the activity and symptom tracking forms for your convenience:
People with MCS are entitled to the same legal rights as those with other disabilities, including accessibility and inclusion.