July 20, 2020
by Global News
A B.C. family is outraged after their dental office told them it would charge extra to treat their son with autism.
”I don’t think preying on special needs families is fair,” David Kun told Global News.
An Abbotsford dentist is demanding David and Katie Kun pay a $137 “behaviour management fee” for future appointments for their seven-year-old son, Aidyn.
It came after Aidyn’s last dental visit ended prematurely — with plenty of tears — when nitrous oxide proved ineffective.
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