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Guernsey's Chief Minister has said the government have not prioritised their project to improve quality of life for disabled islanders.
The Disability Strategy was agreed upon two years ago but a report has said it is making slow progress.
Deputy Jonathan Le Tocq said it's because the States have not prioritised the changes above other projects.
A lack of resources and staff have also been blamed.
Plans for disability discrimination laws were meant to be set out in December, now that will not happen.
A mum in Guernsey has said time is 'running out' for her disabled children's education.
Leonie Burrows has hearing impairments, so do her three children.
They don't receive enough help in school for their disabilities she says, and there are no specialist staff on hand.
Leonie says more needs to be done now or it will soon be too late to help her children, and any other disabled children currently in education.
Some progress has been made, she says but she wants to see more.
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Disability discrimination laws have been delayed. A report has said there are 'insufficient staff' and progress is 'slow'.