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jacquelyn
jacquelyn Member Posts: 4 Listener
Another question about my son .... (mental health problems) I'm sure I have read somewhere that even though he's been placed in the ESA support group he can also work & earn extra on top on his ESA ? I feel if he could do some sort of part time work it would be of benefit to him & give him a reason to get out of bed ! Hope that makes sense ! Jackie 

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