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Here is a really usefull thread. Its a decision makers handbook on how to look at each disorder! helps again, explain the process of decision making but also what they allow for certain conditions!
http://www.dwp.gov.uk/publications/specialist-guides/medical-conditions/the-disability-handbook/

Deffinatly a good read

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i meant if you fill it in online - the part where you would put the supporting person do you just list their name and contact details?
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hmmmmm i would of thought so, I don't think i filled that bit in because its optional and as my sons condition is more medical it is alot easier to get proof, as such, of his needs. Perhaps you could phone them and ask? I know its a pain but i suppose it really is the diffinative way of finding out.

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i have the forms as i think they will be better for me, as time online isnt consistant for me as the Children know i have the grim adventures of billy and mandy on my laptop so will often take it off me. plus i will have loads of time to write the 10 page diary essay i plan on putting with each claim - lol. im starting them now but my son isnt asleep yet so i will just fill in there names and stuff like that.
what is the name of the condition if your child cannot hold a pencil properly, fasten buttons, is really clumsy often falls over
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what is the name of the condition if your child cannot hold a pencil properly, fasten buttons, is really clumsy often falls over
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Do you mean Dyspraxia?
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