Listed below are posts made by 1 girl and her big dog (U13763979) between Tuesday, 12th April 2011 and Wednesday, 29th June 2011
Your chance for you to say Thanks! - (33 messages)
Re ESA and DLA Please Wake Up and Smell the Coffee !!! - (64 messages)
motability grants - (24 messages)
Government response to DLA reform / PIP - (10 messages)
Buses wheelchairs and buggies survey/strawpoll - (20 messages)
Horizon Heads-up: The Secret World of Pain - (63 messages)
Degenerative Disc Disease - (235 messages)
gabapentin - pain relief thoughts, side effects? - (235 messages)
New blue badge parking crackdown - (59 messages)
Not sure where to put his but... - (2 messages)
Plans to remove parking form Town centre - discrimination? - (12 messages)
My TA - (13 messages)
DLA change of circs/asking for higher rate - (17 messages)
Tribunal results and thanks to sociable, WW and all... - (23 messages)
Council disabled care limits 'unlawful' rule Judges. - (4 messages)
ATOS DLA home visit, what to expect? - (23 messages)
Legal Challenge to Cuts in Hertfordshire - (119 messages)
ATOS NURSE SPEAKS OUT - (33 messages)
Disabled people living independently - (37 messages)
ATOS Conflict of interest surely - (9 messages)
Childs wheelchair stolen - (6 messages)
Unfairly sactioned? The Guardian wants to hear from you - (9 messages)
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