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    Advice on filling in Form for DLA please
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    • 10th Jan 08, 2:22 PM
    Advice on filling in Form for DLA please 10th Jan 08 at 2:22 PM
    I have a very complex medical condition where I have constant pain, mobility problems and am unable to carry out any "normal" tasks, i.e. shopping, housework, preparing meals and have been advised I may be eligible for DLA. I live alone and currently get great support from my Father, but he's in his 80's and I don't want him to have to continue to near the burden of my care

    I have attempted to fill in the paper form, but cannot write for long enough - similar problem with on-line form. I also want to maximise my chances of succeeding in claiming and am unsure where to go for help with this.

    I know Help The Aged have previously offered this service, but I'm only in my 40's even thought I feel and look aged!!

    Any advice would really be welcomed please, but be gentle with me as I'm a virgin Poster although have been viewing site for ages.
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