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nas
nas Community member Posts: 4 Listener
edited December 2023 in PIP, DLA, and AA
Hello to everyone.

After the New Year I am going to fill in an Attendance Allowance Form for a female relation who is unable to cope with such a demand of information. I will be simply 
referring to her as "SHE" cannot do this or  ????

On page "44" Help with Care Needs, also page "61" Extra Information, I am intending to type these out on A4 paper and stick them down neatly with Pritt-Stick. Page 61 is going to take at least another 3 pages of tying given her level of circumstances, so I
think doing this should be okay as so much typing will be needed anyway.  

Of course I will ring the DWP up to get their view but I just wondered what others had to say on the forum about this as a whole.

Finally, it's wonderful to see so many helped. I can well remember a long, long time ago when I needed help and there was no internet, but the welfare rights were like
a lighthouse in the night for me at that time. 

 



    

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