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Podcast: Maidstone mum may consider having her daughter fostered if she can’t get into Sussex boarding school that can cope with her autism

The mum of a 10-year-old girl from Maidstone with autism says she may consider putting her into foster care if she’s unable to go to a specialist boarding school in Sussex.
Liz Lindenbauer has told the podcast how she is struggling to cope with Eva’s autism.
She is now desperate for something to be done and has been speaking to our reporter Megan Carr.
Also in today’s podcast, a couple say they’re disappointed after being told they couldn’t pay with cash at a new cinema complex in Canterbury.
Carol and Richard Riley had been out for a walk and stopped off at the cafe in the Curzon. Hear their story and what some of you think.
There are calls for an eviction ban in England to be re-introduced amid the cost of living crisis.
It was first brought in during the pandemic and stops landlords from forcing people to move out, without a good reason.
We’ve been getting the thoughts of Canterbury based homelessness charity Porchlight.
You can also hear the inspiring story on a woman from Maidstone who is now helping others, after beating a four year battle with anorexia.
23-year-old Emily Hale was first diagnosed with an eating disorder when she was 18 and has decided to speak out.
Former Strictly dancer Ola Jordan has been chatting about not leaving it too late to have children.
And in sport, hear from the Gillingham manager following their goalless draw with Hartlepool at the weekend.
Plus we want to say thank you as the KentOnline Podcast reaches a major milestone.