The Disability Discrimination Act defines the term disability. The act prevents discrimination towards disabled people in employment, housing, training, transport, goods, facilities and services. The act created the term ‘reasonable adjustments’, as small changes had to be made according to this act to facilitate the needs of disabled people. This was introduced over a period of time due to cost. The act offered protection against discrimination towards a person with a disability, and also entitlement to reasonable adjustments in the work place to ensure the needs of the person with a disability are met which reduces discrimination. The disability discrimination act was amended in 2005, and then later replaces by the Disability Act of 2006, and then it was further replaced in 2010 by the equality act.