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Personal Independence Payment
  • Hello. Can anyone tell me if there is any information on here regarding claiming Personal Independence Payment (PIP)? My daughter is 16 in December and the DLA payments will end soon. I am keen to try and claim PIP and I can only work p/t term time only at the moment as I need to care for my daughter when she's not in school. Can anyone point me in the right direction?
    Thanks.
  • RhanHRhanH
    Posts: 1,152
    Hi kullboys, we have a link to the NAS for this here you go: https://www.autism.org.uk/about/benefits-care/benefits/pip.aspx

    Hope it helps.
  • Hulio
    Posts: 39
    Hello Kullboys. I am in a similar situation to you. Daughter turned 16 in Dec, have had PIP assessment and got 0 points on all categories. Have just uploaded more detailed post about it. How are you getting on? Julia

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