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HEAR Application Information Session 2023

This session includes a general presentation on HEAR and how to apply to it, as well as a Questions and Answers session on how to make a successful application. It will also provide an opportunity for you and/or your parent(s)/ guardian(s) to meet members of the HEAR team online and find out how the scheme works.

Review & Appeals

DARE Reviews and Appeals Click on whichever one applies to you: I missed the DARE deadline The CAO has an Independent Appeals Commission to which

Guide to posting your documents

Guide to posting your documents Keep photocopies of ALL documents that you are posting. Put your name and CAO number on every document you send.

Carrying Forward Eligibility

Carrying forward eligibility from 2022 to 2023 Please only complete this section if you applied to AND were eligible for DARE last year. Eligibility for


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Speech and Language Communication Disorder

(Including (but not exclusively) Stammering; Receptive and/or Expressive Language Disorders; Unintelligibility due to a phonological disorder, articulation disorder associated with structural anomalies; Acquired communication disorders

Significant Ongoing Illness

(Including (but not exclusively) Diabetes Type 1, Cystic Fibrosis (CF), Severe Crohn’s Disease, Severe Ulcerative Colitis and Irritable Bowel Disease (IBD), Chronic Fatigue, Cancers(including those

Physical Disability

This category of DARE is reserved for those with significant mobility difficulties. For example applications for those with Hypermobility or Costochondritis may be considered for