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This Week on The Dolor Factor
Delia’s guest this week is the indomitable Jacqueline Grant, an amazing mother-of-four. One of her children James, 31, who is non-verbal and diagnosed with autism and severe learning difficulties, faced masses of paperwork following the overhaul of Disability Living Allowance for the new Personal Independence Payment. Jacqueline compares it to a bereavement. Then James was called for a Back to Work assessment.
Jacqueline needs you to get involved with her campaign to banish the bureaucratic form-filling for autistic adults with severe learning difficulties. She is taking on the establishment and needs just a few signatures to help her campaign. You just might make the crucial difference to thousands of people’s lives.
Delia’s Diary this week aims to help you feel better to do what you want to do – without feeling selfish.
The Dolor Factor airs on Colourful Radio Thursday 9am.
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