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Hello from darkest Oxfordshire :o)

SusiQ
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I have already made a few tentative postings, but, being slightly "Technically Challenged" I have only just made it on to the "Welcome Site"!

I am a high functioning Autistic Woman who lives alone with her Cat (how sad does THAT make me sound!!!) Late diagnosis aged 58, and now spending happy days fighting bureaucracy at every level!! - Was so pleased to have stumbled across this Forum as it is wonderful to know that I am not a lone voice in the wilderness, and to find that so many face the same daily battles as I!!

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