Find information about the State Pension, including how much you'll get and the option to defer.
You can claim Attendance Allowance to help you if you have an illness or disability. It can help you stay independent for longer. The money can be spent on anything.
You can claim Attendance Allowance to help you stay independent for longer if you have an illness or disability. The money can be spent on anything.
There's a quick application process to apply for Attendance Allowance for people who have been diagnosed with a terminal illness and aren't expected to live more than 6 months.
You need to tell the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) as soon as possible if your condition changes - this can affect your Attendance Allowance.
If you were told you'd get Attendance Allowance for a fixed period, you'll need to renew your claim before the fixed period ends.
Explains what is meant by age discrimination, according to the Equality Act 2010.
Information for people who are about to leave the armed forces, veterans and dependents, on finding accommodation. Covers sources of help and care homes for veterans and disabled ex-service personnel.
Explains the rights of children and young people to make a complaint if they are unhappy with NHS treatment they have received. Also covers the rights of parents to complain on behalf of a child under 16.
Find out how the DWP's decision to review all PIP claims affects you.
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