Register as disabled
If you register as disabled your details will be stored by Hampshire County Council on a confidential database and you will be given a small card as proof of your registration.
The information you provide is important as it will be used to help in the planning, monitoring and development of services for people with disabilities in Hampshire (excluding the two unitary authorities of Portsmouth and Southampton).
Disability Registration Cards are free. They are valid for life and are a quick and easy way of proving that you have a disability and need to use facilities provided for disabled people.
|Benefits of registering as disabled|
Local concessions may be available, for example in libraries, theatres, education and training and other social outlets. All concessions are discretionary and may vary.
You do not need to be registered to be able to reclaim VAT on goods directly related to your disability. Find out what you can buy without paying VAT
|Who can register|
The County Council will issue a card to you if you live in Hampshire (excluding the two unitary authorities of Portsmouth and Southampton), and one of the following applies to you:
|How to register|
To register as disabled, or if your card has expired, or you need a replacement card:
Phone 0300 555 1386
Your details will be passed to the relevant team.
Important: This form is only for registering adults. If you want to register a child as disabled please contact the County Council Children's Services department