Sheffield mum appalled after workmen get autistic teenage son on rooftops



A Sheffield mum says she is appalled after workmen paid by the council let her autistic teenage son on rooftops - despite him having no training or qualifications.
Melanie Staniland has spoken out after her son Morgan Brown, aged 17, was allowed onto roofs by a firm working on behalf Sheffield Council earlier this month.
Melanie, of Parson Cross, said Morgan asked workers on a site near home if there was any work available.
Despite him not having the qualifications or training required - and suffering from autism and 'obvious' learning difficulties - Morgan was told bring steel toe cap... read more

 
17 October 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 22
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