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Cerebral cortex damage

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jo1970
jo1970 Community member Posts: 1 Listener
Hi, can anyone tell me about cerebral cortex damage, my son has been told by our doctor he has this , I don't know if it gets worse or what to look for as he's 26, so I can't speak to his doctor and he has not told me much about it, would he be able to claim any sort of disability allowance he has dyspraxia as well but I have lots of information for that condition as he was diagnosed at primary school, would be grateful if there's someone who could guide me in right direction

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