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Hello all and what a brilliant forum!

I have been searching for some information on claiming benefits and this came up on google so here I am.

 

I am 54 and have worked since I was 14 (Saturdays and school holidays) I have been employed continually.

 

Recently I have been a bit ill. Had a few TIAs (mini-stroke) etc. I am still working but not as well as I used to. I have been with my employer for 14 years. It is a small business and struggling in these hard times but we all still have jobs for which we are grateful.

 

My problem is that I really feel I could get my health sorted out and be more useful at work if I could have an extended break.

 

I rent privately and claim no benefits at the moment. My employer is okay with me having time off, perhaps just doing a few hours a week from home to keep on top of things for a few months. This would be great for me.

 

The idea is that I move into a smaller house too in a different area as I am very depressed living here. He has offered me one of his places (he has a couple of properties he rents out) in a new area.

 

Question one. Can I get LHA for a few months if I am emplyed by the landlord? My income will be drastically reduced for these few months.

 

Question two Is there any other help a person like me can get for just 3 months or so until they get their health back?

 

I know I will be entitled to sick pay but that is less than usual wages and I have obligations and responsibilities.

 

I feel if I struggle on for much longer as I am I will end up either having a more serious stroke or just being too knackered and good for nothing. I don't want to lose this job and my employer doesn't want to lose me but my health and his business cannot go on like this much longer.

 

I would be really grateful if anyone could advise on this.

 

thank you.

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Hi,

I'm sorry but I can't help you much on this but by my replying will bump your post to todays list and someone may see it however, I would have a look at this site:

 

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It may give you some ideas of what you may get by reducing your hours


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Thanks for the bump silverfox

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