Well, not questioning the difference between an adult and a baby. What I was getting at is I DO have a disability that would be seriously affected by listening an hour of prolonged screaming in an enclosed place. I would not be able to complete my shopping that day and get food for my family. Just questioning why the adults with the screaming person have rights but according to some posters, I do not. That is very confusing to me.
i am not sure how we are all supposed to take every possible situation into consideration when we are out in public. i guess i am of the opinion that when you are in a public place there are going to be things that are beyond your control. i don't know how we would accommodate everyone.. look at this thread... you have a disability that makes it impossible to tolerate constant loud noise, other people have children with special needs who are more prone to tantrums and meltdowns that would escalate if they were picked up or taken outside, i am a sahm with ADD and toddler who doesn't like to be confined to a cart.... how do all of us coexist if we all expect to have 'rights' that are at odds with each other?