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PIP and other entitlement.

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Hello,

 

I've recently been awarded PIP for a degenerative condition that has worsened & I'm finding it entitles me to more help with things like council tax, but is there anything else i can now apply for or that i could be able to get more support with now I'm on PIP? 

Edited by ocd2000

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I should add i am on the daily living component, not mobility yet.

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Hi.

 

Have you tried the turn2us online benefit calculator? That should give you some extra information. They're a charity and the calculator is confidential and free.

 

HB


Illegitimi non carborundum

 

 

 

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I've not, but ill go ant try that now. Thank you.

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I hope it helps, please let us know how you get on. :)

 

HB


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Well it seems i am getting the benefits they say i should be re council tax & UC. 

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But nothing else?

 

Does your local council have a welfare rights person you can talk to? They can be very helpful.

 

HB


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That's a good point actually, i didn't even think of that. Thanks again. 

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It's worth a try. :)  The council welfare rights person was very helpful to my MiL.

 

HB


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Posted (edited)

I've been given the number for my council benefit advisor so I'll call them and see if i am able to get any further help. 

 

Thank you.

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