If your disability is considerable and enduring, you can register as a disabled person with your local council. It is not essential to register so as to get local council services, but it might help in getting allowances such as reduced fares for public transport.
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To become registered as a disabled person, you will need to complete an application form that is pertinent to your particular category at your local council. Although, you do not have to be registered to receive council services, it helps as you will get special benefits.
You can go to your local council in order to be registered as a person with a disability. The constitution outlines a criteria that the government officers will use to determine whether you qualify to be entered into the register. People with disabilities are entitled to special treatment in public places.
Persons with disabilities of substantial and permeation nature can register as disabled persons with their local councils. Registering as a disabled helps one in getting concessions such as reduced fares for public transport.
You become registered disabled by registering with your local council. However, to register, your disability should be substantial and permanent.
Disability is the consequence of an impairment that may be physical, cognitive, mental, sensory, emotional, developmental, or some combination of these. A disability may be present from birth, or occur...