Its very unfortunate that we are living in a society where “special needs” families are not being accommodated or considered in high rise condos (multi-family living environments) other than a ramp and/or handicap parking. Special considerations need to be taken into account for proper sound and noise barriers in these properties, not only to deal with the standard noise of stereo/tv systems/loud voices etc. but also to allow special needs families to live freely with their private comforts in their own homes without worries that behaviours resulting from their disability are effecting neighbours and potentially causing hardships and disputes among neighbours. City Council must reassess and increase the sound proofing standards in condominiums to comply with all situations
discomforts forcing irreparable problems and dispute.