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The welfare benefits system can often feel complex and confusing but our specialist benefits advisers understand the processes involved and can help you claim what you are entitled to. We can answer all your questions and resolve any problems you may be facing in regards to claiming benefits as well as assistance in completing your application form for items such as Attendance Allowance, Disability Living Allowance, and Personal Independent Payment Application Forms ect.
All our work is fixed fee which means for just £40 our adviser will visit you in your own home, whenever is convienient for you, to offer professional advice about your benefits and help you fill in most forms or paperwork. Particulary specialising in Illness and disability benefits.
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If you're between 16 and 65 years old and either put in a new claim for disability benefit or are already getting Disability Living Allowance, you will be expected to fill in a Personal Inependance Payment form to tell the DWP how your illness effects your daily care and mobility needs.
If your child has an illness and needs extra help with their daily care or mibility needs they may qualify for Disability Living Allowance. You will be expected to fill in a DLA form (or online application) to tell the DWP how your illness effects your childs daily care and mobility needs.
If you are over 65 and your ilness effects you ability to do daily tasks (like washing, dressing or getting around the house), you will be expected to fill in an Attendance Allowance form. This is your opertunity to explain to the DWP how your illness effects your daily care needs.
Universal Credit is a monthly payment for people who are on low income or are out of work and replaces other means tested benefits like income based jobseekers, income related ESA, tax credits and housing benefit.
All claims for Universal Credit need to be made online.
Initial claims for Tax Credits are usually made either by phone or online. You will be sent a yearly statement which you only need to fill in if your circumstances have changed (maybe you work more hours or your child has decided to go on to furthur education).
If you are claiming ESA you will be expected to tell the DWP about your illness and how it effects your ability to work. Initially you will be expected to fill in a Limited Capability For Work Questionairre (ESA50). This is your opertunity to explain to the DWP how your illness effects your ability to work.