The EAT said that the adjustments were job-related and were a specific form of support to help the employee cope with work. On that basis, they amounted to a reasonable adjustment.
The Employer was therefore liable for compensation when the employee resigned following their refusal to fund the treatment when she then sued for constructive unfair dismissal and disability discrimination.
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