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sophieanne Member Posts: 25 Listener
Hi my daughter is waiting for her work capitalty assemesnt form to be send to us after 3 months she has adhd high functioning Austin’s depression and anxiety. She can’t do basic tasks such as cleaning cooking or go to new places alone or on a bus train to new places alone she can’t talk to people she doesn’t know either. What are the chances of her getting places in the lcwra group ? Thanks 



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