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DLA Supporting statement

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For an adult rather than a child, but I suspect the knowledge in this group extends this far.

I am trying to write a supporting statement for my cousins DLA application. Do they prefer bullet points, or is paragraphs okay? I am struggling to keep it concise enough for bullet points, but get all the relevant information in. However, I dont want it to overwhelm the staff with the number of words written.

Many thanks in advance.

Overwhelm them and don't worry about it!

Personally I like to beat them down with the weight of the typed documents I send and LENGTHY explanation of my son's needs. grin

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