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Help using this PDF claim form, You can save data typed into this PDF claim form if you use Adobe Reader XI. This means that you do not have to fill the form in one session. This form will only save if, the form is saved onto your computer and. opened in Adobe Reader XI, The form will not save in. older versions of Acrobat Reader, other pdf readers for example Preview on a Mac or Foxit on a PC. You can download Adobe Reader XI free of charge from the Adobe website. If you are having technical difficulties, downloading the form.
navigating around the form or, printing the form, Please contact the DWP Online helpdesk. Phone 0800 169 0154, Email dwponline helpdesk dwp gsi gov uk. Opening hours, Monday to Friday 8 00am 6 00pm, Closed on weekends and all Public and Bank Holidays. For help and advice on the information you need to put on the form or about. the benefit you want to claim contact the office that deals with the benefit. Disability Living Allowance, for a child under 16, Information booklet. This information booklet will help you fill in the form and will. l explain the questions we ask, l tell you how to answer the questions.
l give you examples of other things you can tell us and. l tell you about Disability Living Allowance DLA other benefits and organisations who. can help you, When you see, i in the form use this information booklet to help you understand and. answer the questions, Please use black ink to fill in the form Do not worry if you are not sure how to spell something or you. make a mistake If you want to correct a mistake please cross it out with a pen do not use. correction fluid, This booklet gives general information and doesn t cover everything. DLA1A Child July 2018, What is Disability Living Allowance. Disability Living Allowance DLA is a benefit to help with extra costs if a child under 16 has a. disability illness or health condition severe enough they. l need much more looking after than a child of the same age without a disability or. l have walking difficulties or both, You may not think of the child as being disabled but if they need the type of help explained in.
these notes they may get DLA, Who can claim DLA for a child. You can claim DLA for a child as long as you look after them as if you are their parent Parent. includes step parents guardians grandparents foster parents and even older brothers. or sisters, DLA is tax free You can claim even if you work or if your family has savings or money coming in. Can I get DLA for a child, To get DLA a child must normally. l live in and be present in Great Britain or live in the European Economic Area or Switzerland and. the United Kingdom UK is responsible for paying them sickness benefits or. l be allowed to enter or stay in the UK and not be stopped from getting benefits or. l need extra looking after or have walking difficulties or. l need much more day to day help than children of the same age and. l have had these needs for at least 3 months and these needs are likely to last for at least. another 6 months unless you are claiming for them under the special rules. The special rules are explained in the claim form on page 2. When can I claim DLA for a child, You can claim straight away We will deal with the claim as soon as possible. How is DLA worked out, There are two parts of DLA mobility and care A child can get money for one part or both The.
official word for these parts is component, You may see the word component in forms and letters How much they get is based on how. much help they need not their disability or health condition. There are two mobility rates, Lower rate, For a child aged 5 or over who can walk but needs extra help from someone to guide or. supervise them to get around outdoors in places they don t know well. Higher rate, For a child aged 3 or over who because of a physical disability. l cannot walk at all or, l can walk but their ability to walk outdoors without severe discomfort is so limited they can be. considered virtually unable to walk or, l can walk but the effort needed could seriously affect their health.
A child may also get the higher rate if they, l have had both legs amputated above the ankle or through the ankle or were born without. legs or feet or, l are certified as severely sight impaired or blind and meet other conditions relating to their. sight loss or, l are deaf and blind and they need someone with them when they are outdoors or. l are severely mentally impaired with severe behavioural problems and qualify for the highest. rate of the care part, By extra we mean much more than a child of the same age without a disability. There are three care rates, Lowest rate, If a child needs extra looking after for some of the day which can be about an hour.
Middle rate, If a child, l needs extra looking after several times at short intervals right through the day or. l needs extra looking after more than once a night or once for about 20 minutes or more or. l needs extra supervision right through the day or. l needs someone to be awake at night to watch over them several times or once for 20. minutes or more, Highest rate, If a child needs help during the day and night. A child may also get the highest rate if a claim is made under the special rules The special. rules are explained in the claim form on page 2, By extra we mean much more than a child of the same age without a disability. How the Department for Work and Pensions collects and uses information. When we collect information about you and the child we may use it for any of our purposes. These include dealing with, l social security benefits and allowances. l child support, l employment and training, l financial planning for retirement.
l occupational and personal pension schemes, We may get information about you and the child from others for any of our purposes if the law. allows us to do so We may also share information with certain other organisations if the law. allows us to, To find out more about how we use information visit our website at www gov uk or contact. any of our offices, Where to get help and advice about DLA and other benefits. l phone the DLA Helpline on 0800 121 4600, l use a textphone and call 0800 121 4523 if you have speech or hearing difficulties. l contact your local Jobcentre Plus The phone number and address are in the business. number section of The Phone Book, l contact an advice centre like Citizens Advice.
l Visit www gov uk browse benefits, If the child is awarded DLA you may be entitled to. l Carer s Allowance or Carer s Credit, l Extra money if you or anyone in your household is on Income Support Jobseeker s. Allowance Pension Credit Child Tax Credit or Working Tax Credit You should contact. the office who pays the benefit to claim the extra money. Information about Carer s Allowance and Carer s Credit. Carer s Allowance, A person could get Carer s Allowance CA if they. l are aged 16 or over and, l spend at least 35 hours a week caring for a disabled child. The child must be awarded DLA at the middle or the highest rate of care before the CA claim. Other CA claim conditions apply, CA should be claimed within 3 months of the DLA decision being made or the carer could.
lose benefit, Carer s Allowance and other benefits. Some benefits allowances or pensions can affect how much CA we pay. However extra money could be paid with, l income based Jobseeker s Allowance. l income related Employment and Support Allowance, l Universal Credit. l Income Support, l Pension Credit, l Housing Benefit. Carer s Credit, This is a National Insurance credit for carers of working age who.
l can t get CA and, l look after one or more disabled children for 20 hours or more a week. If the child or children being cared for don t receive DLA at the middle or highest rate of care the. carer must get a care certificate for each child they look after. Other Carer s Credit claim conditions apply, If you get Child Benefit for a child under age 12 or CA you will already be getting NI credits. For more information about Carer s Allowance or Carer s Credit. l phone us from 8 30am to 5pm Monday to Thursday or 8 30am to 4 30pm on Friday on. 0800 731 0297, l if you have speech or hearing difficulties you can contact us using a textphone on. 0800 731 0317, l visit our website at www gov uk, l email cau customer services dwp gsi gov uk. l write to Carer s Allowance Unit Mail Handling Site A Wolverhampton WV98 2AB. Other organisations who can help, Contact a family.
If you need confidential independent advice about any aspect of caring for a disabled child you can. l phone Contact a Family helpline on 0808 808 3555 Monday to Friday 9 30am to 5pm. l visit the website at www cafamily org uk, Family fund. You may also be able to get help from the Family Fund You can. l visit the website at www familyfund org uk, l write to Family Fund 4 Alpha Court Monks Cross Drive York YO32 9WN. General tips for filling in the claim form, The claim form asks for a lot of information about the child and what help they need It may help to. get together any supporting health information such as. l medical reports, l care or treatment plans, l test results. l up to date prescriptions, We need you to send in photocopies of this supporting information with the claim form if you.
have it It will help us make a decision on the amount of help the child needs. Don t delay sending in the claim form if you are waiting for supporting information Tell us at. question 70 what you are waiting for and send us photocopies of the supporting information. when you get it, We don t need information like, l appointment letters. l general information about the disability or health condition from the internet or a leaflet. l general information about medication prescribed for the child. Not all questions will apply to the child please read the questions carefully along with the. information in this booklet, You may find it hard to fill in the form in one go It may help to do it in stages take regular. breaks before completing the next part, We understand it may be upsetting to describe in detail what help the child needs We only ask. for all this information so that we can make sure we make the right decision. If you can it may be useful to photocopy the claim form once you ve filled it in If we award. DLA and there is a change in the amount of help the child needs or we need to review the DLA. award it will be useful for you to know what you ve said previously. 23 About the questions in the claim form, This is about aids and adaptations they use or have been assessed for. Aids are things like, l supports, l crutches, l wheelchairs.
l commodes, l reading and learning aids such as computer programmes. Adaptations are things like, l alterations to the home such as widened doorways. You should include any aid or adaptation they can use with or without help. Here are a few examples of the help they may need to use an aid or adaptation It s not a. full list and doesn t cover everything, They may need help to. l use an aid or adaptation safely, l get on and off a raised toilet seat. l put on and take off a back brace or incontinence pants. l maintain a hearing aid keep it clean and ensure small parts like batteries are not put in their. l be reminded or encouraged to use the aids, l propel a wheelchair up a ramp or a slope.
27 This question is about how far they can walk before they stop because of severe discomfort. To estimate the distance they can walk it may help you to know. l an average adult step is just under one metre one yard. l a double decker bus is about 11 metres 12 yards long. l 12 cars parked end to end with a small gap between them would be at least 50 metres 55. l two full size football pitches are about 200 metres 218 yards long. 29 This question is about how they walk please tick any boxes that describe these difficulties. Here are a few examples of other things you may want to tell us It s not a full list and doesn t. cover everything, If you want to tell us why you ve ticked the boxes any other difficulties or anything else you. think we should know use the box below, l refuse to walk even if they can physically walk. l have a stiff leg causing uneven steps, l have an upper body stoop which causes a lack of balance. 32 These are about needing someone to guide or supervise them most of the time when outdoors. to Guide means to physically lead or verbally direct them to safely find their way around. 34 Supervise means checking routes for dangers or obstacles keeping an eye on how they are and. if they can carry on walking It includes coaxing encouraging persuading or talking so they. carry on walking to avoid danger, For example, If they walk safely next to a busy road without putting themselves or others in danger but can t. cross a road safely you would answer like this, Can they Yes No.
walk safely next to a busy road, cross a road safely. If you want to tell us why you have ticked the boxes how their needs vary or anything. else you think we should know use the box below, They can go to the local shop on their own It s next to a busy road but they don t have. to cross it We took this route together many times before they could go on their own. Claiming Disability Living Allowance for a child under 16 Where to send the completed form Please send the completed DLA Child new claim requests form to

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