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Hi, my name is Susanbm!

Susanbm Member Posts: 1 Listener
Hi my name is sue I’m new here, 
i am a teaching assistant L3 sen .
i was a special needs foster carer for over 25yrs , we fostered from 4 then adopted our two boys John who is 23yrs old and jay 14. John has cerebral palsy and spina bifida , jay has global developmental delay microcephally .and cp in his lower limbs . I am the chair of the local cares network in Wirral which supports parents with kids with sen of any age or disability we are based in the welcome centre in Hamilton street , Birkenhead .im also a trustee of Merseyside society for the deaf . And foundation governor of my primary school ,



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