Read the Disability Living Allowance (DLA) for children guidance before you claim.
Before you start this form
If you’re using a mobile phone or tablet
You cannot complete the form using a mobile phone or tablet. You have to either:
- use a desktop or laptop computer
- print the form and complete it by hand
Call the DLA helpline to ask for a paper form.
If you’re using a desktop or laptop computer
Use a PDF reader to open and fill in this form. You can download a free PDF reader online.
If you are using screen reader software to access the form, we recommend that you review all of the notes and the questions on the form before you complete it. As you complete the form, you will be guided through the questions based on the responses you provide.
Do not use your computer’s browser or, if you are an Apple Macintosh user, the Preview application.
You can save data typed into this form if you use a PDF reader. This means that you do not have to fill in the form in one session.
There are reliability issues with some assistive software, which may mean the form will not save properly.
This form will only save if it is both:
- saved onto your computer
- opened in a recent version of PDF reader
The form will not save in:
- versions of Acrobat Reader older than version XI
- some other PDF readers, for example Preview on a Mac or Foxit on a PC
Help using this PDF claim form
For help and advice on the information you need to put on the form or about DLA for children, contact the Disability Living Allowance helpline.
Contact the DWP Online Helpdesk, if you are having technical difficulties:
- downloading the form
- navigating around the form
- printing the form
Find out about call charges
Where to send the form
Send the completed form to:
You do not need a postcode or a stamp.
If you’ve received a paper form, you can use the envelope included to return it.
If you need this form in a different format
Contact the Disability Living Allowance helpline to ask for:
- a printed copy of the form
- a different format, such as large print, braille or audio CD