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Community Care Direct Payments can be obtained when a person is assessed as needing particular care services. These payments are provided to enable you to receive the services you require to meet your assessed needs. However there are variations in the mount of benefit available in different parts of the UK. The factsheet provides you […]

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Council tax is due to be paid to the local authority by all citizens living in England, Scotland and Wales. This does not apply to Northern Island. Disabled people may be entitled to receive financial assistance with payment of Council Tax. To find out how to obtain financial assistance and how the claim evaluation process […]

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In the case of a person who is disabled and who suffers from mentally illness, extra care is required for their disability. It is possible to obtain financial assistance to help with the additional costs associated with caring for disabled people who also suffer mental illness. This factsheet provides information on how an applicant or […]

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If you are disabled and aged above 65 and proven in need of help because of difficulty with walking or mobility in general, then you might be entitled to claim Disability Living Allowance. Disability Living Allowance (DLA) has two components namely the care and mobility components. In the factsheet, you will get a better understanding […]

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This video from the charity Independent Age provides some very useful advice about disability living allowance. Transcription Speaker: Mark from Independent Age Hi, my name is Mark and I work for the Older People’s Charity Independent Age. If you are over 65 and finding it hard to get out and about, there’s plenty of help […]

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When a disabled person needs help adapting their home or other property, the local authority can provide a grant to help towards covering the cost of adapting the property, through ‘Disabled Facilities Grants’. The Disabled Facilities Grant is available throughout the UK. However, in Scotland there is a very similar scheme known as ‘Housing Grants’. […]

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A person who’s ability to work is limited because of illness or other disability may be provided help in form of Employment and Support Allowance (ESA). ESA, if awarded, will cancel incapacity benefit and income support. That is if the awardees are currently receiving one. The factsheet covers broad information for ESA, some of the […]

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There’s a benefit a person can receive if he/she is caring for a disabled person for at least 35 hours a week. As a reward for the care given, these people can receive a carer’s allowance (CA). Regardless of whether the carer has savings or not, he/she will still be eligible. The factsheet introduces the […]

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If you are disabled and are over 65 years old, you could be entitle to receive an attendance allowance. A number of rules and tests apply to gauge your eligibility to receive the attendance allowance. This factsheet provides you general information about attendance allowance and includes the following general topics: 1. What are the rules […]

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The benefits cap has been introduced and will take effect on April 15th of 2013. Amongst the benefits you are currently receiving, a cap will be implemented accordingly. In this factsheet, you will learn how this benefit cap will work. This guide will give you a glance on the factsheet: 1. Which benefits will you […]

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