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    (Original post by emjaylu)
    We are also worried about receiving help with the baby when they are both disabled and unable to give the help we may need.
    What sort of help are you expecting??

    (Original post by emjaylu)
    At my parents house i have a small room, big enough for a single bed and a wardrobe, not big enough for 2 people and a baby, alongside all of the things we will need.
    My parents house is also alongside a busy main road, with off road parking which is dangerous to get down from, dangerous for us and the baby.
    We are not sure what to do as both houses are unsuitable for us and our baby.
    Your parent's house sounds fine. The council won't mark down a house just because of the parking situation!

    (Original post by emjaylu)
    Please could you advise us on what to do?
    Speak to the council, but it sounds like moving to your parent's house would be the preferred option. You're not homeless and so won't be high on their priority lists. Why did you not consider these issues when deciding to have a baby?
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