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Thanks for the link RE: DWP Decision Makers Handbook - Help understand the decision making process .i have emailed the DWP as the information on there is some what out of date,and isnt true facts.i have sent them evidence to back me up on what i have wrote.I,m in the middle of an appeal for my son who has muscular dystophy, Asthma, behaviour problems and learning problems. I appreciate all the information you have here.it has been a great help to me
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According to that handbook I skimmed through my little guy has special needs. Which is obvious to us his parents. Not impressed by it. Too long to read the whole thing word for word and I am sat here staring at a monstrous DLA claim pack.
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Thanks. My son has SB. His doctors and therapists have helped me fill out the application form for his first ever Blue Badge and DLA this week. I really hate having to fill out unnecessary paperwork for DS when a simple letter stating he needs it will do instead. I get letters and reports from the therapists and specialists who oversee our son’s medical care and I’m quite happy to pass one (photocopied) on to the guys in the claim office. Why are they torturing me for having a physically impaired child I’ll never understand? I’ll probably pass on reading the decision maker handbook as well. I’m not sure if it’s going to help me understand how to complete the paperwork.
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I was reading the handbook quickly. My son has lower limb paralysis or paraplegia basically speaking. A quick read of the parts that were relevant to his physical impairment tells me that he should theoretically be able to have DLA on the grounds of lower limb paralysis and bladder and bowel issues too.


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