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Attendance Allowance -where to send the claim form back to?
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Mrs Money
Old 21-08-2013, 1:56 PM
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Default Attendance Allowance -where to send the claim form back to?

I have printed out the AA claim form but it gives no address to return it to. On the Gov.uk website the box that says "enter your postcode here and press enter" (to find out where to send it to) doesn't work- I think that should have told me where to return it to!
I'm doing all this for my elderly mum and if I don't make it all simple and help her do the form, she won't claim.
It's taken a few weeks to persuade her that she should be getting it and that it won't affect her pension credit or anything else!
Does anyone know where this form has to go back to?
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Old 21-08-2013, 2:15 PM
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If I put my postcode in it says
Preston Benefits Centre
(Attendance Allowance)
Palatine House
Preston
PR1 1HB

but yours might not be the same. Either post your postcode on here (just need first letters) and I'll try it for you or email them to find out
attendance.allowanceenquiries@dwp.gsi.gov.uk
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Old 21-08-2013, 2:35 PM
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Thanks for that- I've emailed them.
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Old 21-08-2013, 2:37 PM
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There's this too if you don't get a reply soon
If you are still not sure
where to send the form
Phone the Benefit Enquiry Line (BEL).

Phone:
0800 88 22 00.

Textphone:
0800 24 33 55 (for hearing or

speech difficulties).
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