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PIP claim line said husband can't make a claim on my son's behalf
Hi my son suffers with ADHD AND REAL BAD ANXIETY he’s 17 not able to make his own claim for PIP he did use to get DLA but when it got changed over he lost it my husband did another claim but was turned down again my sons condition is now a lot worse he’s under a lot more health professional now aswell and he’s always had kearning support in school and in collage because of his mental health problems he’s dropped out of collage four mths ago and is now on new medication aswell my husband tried ringing PIP CLAIM LINE for a form but they said my husband couldn’t make the claim on my sons behalf I’ve never known this before is this correct my son is aware obviously of the claim but he won’t talk on the phone and he’s not very good talking to people he doesn’t know that’s why my husband is making the claim can you give me advice on how we go about this please
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