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there was an OT came out and said it had to be a downstairs extention/alteration (cant remember the word she said) as there is not enough room to get a wheelchair down the landing to the bathroom, but thats as far as she said.
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Ok then just wanted to check an OT had an input as without there may have been a little loophole but as thats done right then back to square one Blush
When will you know if the council will be able to change anything?
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Too be honest im not sure - but seeing the councillor tomorrow - so hopefully should have some answers then
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Dependent on who your local councillor many of them are as useful as chocolate teapots Blush
I would also consider wriitng directly to your local MP and ask them to write to your local council to see if they can assist on a good will basis.
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What area of Sheff are you in lollie? If you're the same as me I can recommend one!
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