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Hello Mainecoon lover
Thank you for joining parents of disabled children and i hope you find the site useful and get involved.

From me and all the members of Parents of disabled children a big hello and welcome and please feel free to introduce yourself and your tell us about your family.

We hope you enjoy the forum and if there is anything we can help you with just let us know or if you can help our other members out please jump in and get involved.

We are one big family here and we welcome all new members with open arms.
Look forward to hearing from you and reading the introduction to your family.
In the meantime if you need any guidance using the forum this can be found on the following links:

How to use the site
http://www.parentsofdisabledchildren.co.uk/using-the-forum-t-612.html

Forum rules:

http://www.parentsofdisabledchildren.co.uk/forum-rules-updated-a-4.html

Stick around the forum as its members like you that makes this forum extra special and im sure you will be able to meet people who are equally as amazing
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Hi Daniel and thank you for the welcome Smile

Hi everyone. My name is Michelle and I am mum to Bethany who is a lot older than most on here. She will be 20 on the 1st of December. Hopefully can give you all some advice nd sure you can all give me some. I am guessing it's ok to be on here with an older special needs daughter. Bethany has Severe cerebral palsy, epilepsy, registered blind and is peg fed. She has had neumorus surgeries over the years.


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