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To subscribe one would address email to that address and then in the message type:"subscribe choices-l" choices-l is an open listserv for parents, family members, caregivers and others who wish to discuss the difficult choices faced in caring for a child with special needs. Topics may include but are not limited to: residential placement, controversial education/therapeutic methods, abortion/euthanasia, puberty and sterilization and any other aspect of loving and/or living with a child with special needs. "subscribe cp_dystonia-l" This listserv has been set-up so that people with CP (or anyone) can engage in general discussions regarding their condition, problems they face, and to have the opportunity of 'meeting' new faces. I have decided to include those with Dystonia has some problems faced by people with cerebral palsy and Dystonia can be similar. The list is open to ANYBODY with an interest in cerebral palsy or dystonia, even if you do not have a disability. 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