Can you claim a Carer's Allowance for a child?

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Carer's Allowance is a payment to people living in Ireland who are looking after someone who is in need of support because of age, physical or learning disability or illness, including mental illness. The Carer's Allowance is not payable to everyone, it is mainly aimed at carers on low incomes who live with and look after certain people who need full-time care and attention. You may not get carers allowance for a child.
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You, or someone on your behalf, needs to complete a claim form. To get a claim form: Telephone the Benefit Enquiry Line (details below) to request a form. Or go to the Directgov website
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All of the rules for you and the child have to be met that would allow you to be able to claim an individual as a qualifying child (QC) dependent on your income tax form. For all
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