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Okey, not benefits as such...Blush

But, I would suggest that everyone who can has both!

Radar key makes toileting when you have an autistic child a bit easier, and having your own key is a bonus...... apply via local council.

CEA card gets a carer into the cinema for free if you receive certain benefits.
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http://www.ceacard.co.uk is for the free cinema access for carers.

And the radar keys can be obtained from your local council for free but some charge a nonimal fee and can also be brought from yourable for £3.

Good add on's there Suzanne!Wink
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Yes thats useful. I havent got the card & didnt know you could get the key from councils. I bought ours from the RADAR website - about £4 I think but its been invaluable.
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(10-24-2009, 07:38 PM)bessie Wrote: Yes thats useful. I havent got the card & didnt know you could get the key from councils. I bought ours from the RADAR website - about £4 I think but its been invaluable.
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(10-24-2009, 07:41 PM)Daniel Wrote:
(10-24-2009, 07:38 PM)bessie Wrote: Yes thats useful. I havent got the card & didnt know you could get the key from councils. I bought ours from the RADAR website - about £4 I think but its been invaluable.
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ha ha lol - well I have had 2 children you know!


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