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Struggling to go to work

robinhood8
robinhood8 Member Posts: 122 Courageous
edited June 2018 in Work and employment
Hi everyone could anybody give me some advice II have cerebral palsy I work 30 hours a week I've been diagnose arthritis in my back my neck also my ankle I have been awarded the standard daily living but I'm really struggling to go to work now I walking hotter comfort in difficult for me now I need I ne thank .you

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