Has anyone been able to get a Blue Badge by virtue of their Cancer, rather than the mobility criteria?
I have a number of other conditions, including anxiety/depression, T2 Diabetes, Arthritis, replacement knee (other needs doing), etc, but worry it's not enough?
The hidden Disabilities rule is still quite complex and although county council have been set guidelines interpretation of them can differ between the issuing authority.
When I apply for mine I ask for a paper version to be sent rather than fill it in online.
It sometimes helps to get help completing the form from Macmillans or Citizens Advice as they are used to completing them.
This might help you fill in as many of your ailments as possible.
What are the hidden disabilities?
While the catch-all phrase encompasses many health issues, here’s some of the most common:
This is not considered to reflect an exhaustive list.
What are the new criteria?
The new criteria will extend eligibility to people who:
With 2 St●ma Care and Management Certificates
My Groups ● St●ma Support ● Bowel ● Carers ● Anal ● Family & Friends ● Bereavement ● Diagnosed at a Young Age ● Parents of Young Children ● New to the Community ● Living with incurable cancer - incurable patients only / End of Life
Call Macmillan Support Team 0808 808 0000 every day 8am to 8pm
What is a Community Champion?
The BODACH is LIVING WITH A ST● MA
Thanks, very helpful.
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