The form says "You should provide a written statement or letter from a doctor orappropriate qualified medical professional which confirms a substantialand long term adverse effect on your ability to carry out normal day-to-dayactivities."
I have diagnosis letters for medical conditions, and an educational report confirming autism, but none of these confirm "a substantial and long term adverse effect on your ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities.". These documents just say what i have.
Is this good enough? Surely i can explain how it effects me at the assessment? I don't really want to contact loads of doctors to have them write me another set of letters, and again i wouldn't know what they really needed to say.
There is a Mental Health evidence form from SFE which if the doctor just ticks a box is accepted.
If the educational report confirming autism has been rejected, it may be because it may not meet the current requirements for approved 'tests/ assessments' for this condition. They have a tick list criteria and if one tick is missing (but the report was fine when it was written) then you will be asked to submit up to date information. This is the same position for learning differences.
I didn't send my actual diagnostic report in because it didn't seem that relevant to DSA.
My DSA got approved recently so you don't need that much evidence.
I guess you just have to go back to your GP and explain, they should be able to put it into one letter saying you have x and that makes it difficult to do x ect
examples : writing, reading, motivation, concentration, mobility ect
Maybe you should talk to your college/uni support/disability people, I reckon they will be able to help you with your application more. Good luck