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i heard that there are support groups i was wondering if anyone knew of a site i can search for one in my area or does anyone know of one in the daytona beach fl area? thanks
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620923 tn?1452915648
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I will PM a link to a Meetup group.....I hope it is close enuff for u to participate.


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thanx it isn't that close to me but it is a good site maybe i can find something closer to me or one of my friends thanks alot
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620923 tn?1452915648
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u r welcome....yeah I am not familiar with Fl, but figured they may able to suggest a group closer....if not, u may be able to start one!!


Good luck
"selma"
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they are only two chiari groups on there one 2 hours from where i live and one in new york a friend of mine said i should start one but i would never be good at something like that i have never been to any type of support group in my life i would have no clue what to do or where to begin
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Here is one dont know of any others:

Florida

Chiari Families of the South

Debbie Loomis-Earles

Grayton Beach, FL


  850-585-3622

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