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  • Message 1. 

    Posted by BBC Ouch team (U11138240) on Thursday, 2nd December 2010

    Hi all here in the Ouch! Parents area of the boards.

    We're looking at making some changes to the Ouch! messageboard discussion areas and we're thinking of widening the remit of this area beyond just parents.

    We think that we may better serve the audience by welcoming a wider discussion about family, friends and care.

    If you have any strong views, please email us ouch@bbc.co.uk

    It would also be interesting to know why you choose to talk here rather than in, say, the Ouch! Talk area of the board.

    Thanks

    Ouch! Team

  • Message 2

    , in reply to message 1.

    Posted by emma friedmann (U14690136) on Thursday, 9th December 2010

    some links to the support groups may be a good idea. I've found 'Contact a family' very informative.
    I'm new to social networking and online chat in general and it's taking quite a while to get used to the layout and what each site and discussion forum offer.
    thanks for being there

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