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TOPIC: giving info to gp

Re: giving info to gp 6 years 7 months ago #71943

SusanH wrote:

I don't think so Rachel, can a mod throw some light please

I believe the report being referenced is the Health Professionals Sheet, this is at the back of the DLA Claim Guides in the Members Only area.

Gordon

Re: giving info to gp 6 years 7 months ago #71946

Found it, pages 60 & 61 in “The Best Possible Disability Living Allowance Claims For Adults On Physical Health Grounds” and pages 52 & 53 in
“The Best Possible Disability Living Allowance Claims For Adults On Mental Health Grounds”
Thank you Gordon.

Re:giving info to gp 6 years 7 months ago #71963

  • paula
Can you use it for esa claims as well though?

Re:giving info to gp 6 years 7 months ago #71970

If I may just add to Paula’s question. Could the writers (if that’s the correct expression) of the B&W Guides you can trust, compose an ‘Health Professionals Sheet’ for use with ESA claims? I’m sure many of your members would find one invaluable.

Re:giving info to gp 6 years 7 months ago #71989

  • paula
Totall agree, although some descriptors for esa and dla overlap it would be helpful to have one for the esa guides. Saw a later forum post and the link for the esa 113 form and page 2 of the descriptors are just tick boxes, and greeneyedlad had a problem where his gp did not fill out page 2 of the form! So when I see gp next week, i am going to give her a list of the things i struggle with all we can do is try right?
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