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You’ll need to send a copy of the medical form that shows you have a terminal illness – this will either be a DS1500 form,SR1 form or a Benefits Assessment under the Special Rules in Scotland (BASRiS) form. You can get these from your doctor or consultant.
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You receive a War Pensioner Mobility Supplement. Please provide a letter from Veterans UK or Ministry of Defence confirming receipt of this benefit in your application. Your local council decides on the charge for a Blue Badge and you pay the money to them. After you applyIf you are aged under 16 you should provide a letter from a VINCYP team member Visual Impairment Network for Children and Young People . You can also provide a letter from a health professional such as an ophthalmologist or paediatrician which states that you ‘meet the criteria for visual impairment as defined by VINCYP'. In addition, parents / carers of children and young people under 16 with a visual impairment may be able to use letters from other registered societies or voluntary sector organisations supporting people with sight loss (where they are happy to provide such a letter).
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If you have a learning disability and you need to travel to see a Support Worker or get to appointments or activities you will need to get a NCT002a form.
If you're not automatically eligible, you'll need to fill in an extra part of the application form to explain why you need a badge.