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#1 Carrera74

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Posted 25 February 2014 - 01:39 PM

Apologies if this is already on the forum but I haven't seen it before so thought I would share.

 

My son's recent DLA renewal / first application for adult was recently closed as they received it late and they have sent me the PIP forms for him.  I have just been reading on the National Autistic Society website and spotted this little gem. It's on the right side and is a PDF document.  It lists the criteria and has a few pointers of what sort of thing they may be looking for.  It helped me as I was stuck on the reading question - he can read perfectly well but needs 1:1 in English but I am not sure how this lack of concentration will affect him in the real world. Actually I probably do but because it's our norm I may not see it!

 

Anyway it may be of some help to you that are filling this awful form in!

 

http://www.autism.or...ce-payment.aspx

 

 



#2 Special_talent123

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Posted 25 February 2014 - 03:59 PM

U might want to use this

http://www.benefitsa...pip/indexxx.php

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Posted 27 March 2015 - 02:08 PM

Or this:

Personal Independence Payment myth buster






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