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Can anyone shed any light on Max Cards?

julia35 Member Posts: 2
hi my son was diagnosed with ASD Aspergers and PDA since diagnosis i havent had much in way of support apart from group on facebook with children like mine as i am new here advice would be greatfully received many of you may be aware of ASD  and Aspergers but not all areas are aware of PDA which is pathological demand avoidance its part of asd spectrum . i stubbled on max card i do get dla for my son but wasnt aware off discounts to zoos and things nobody told me about any help available i was looking up autisic friendly places and came across this does anyone else that can shed light on these cards as unaware to all this



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