Disability Living Allowance Answers

Disability Living Allowance Answers

You may be familiar with my post on Pinkoddy about my thoughts on “Why you Should Claim Disability Living Allowance for your Children” and this seems to have uncovered a few questions that people are searching the answers for. New claims for Disability Living Allowance (DLA) are only for children under the age of 16; over 16 they are classed as adults and, from the 10th June 2013, must now apply for Personal Independence Payment (PIP) instead. It is split into two components – Care and Mobility. Children under the age of 5 cannot receive mobility unless physically disabled or the condition is very severe – the reason given is that most children under the age of 5 would need extra help to ensure they were safe (for example when crossing roads).

Read the rest of the post at it's original source by clicking here.

This post was recommended and added to Love All Blogs by Pinkoddy's Blog

Tips to Improve Your Child's Reading

Balancing ‘me time’ with family time