Millions of Britons could be eligible for PIP to top up any other state benefits like pension credit and Universal Credit.
Exactly how much PIP someone will receive depends on how their disability affects their ability to work and how much assistance they need.
This week Chloe Smith, Minister for Disabled People, Health and Work said people shouldn’t suffer in silence.
She said: “Living with a long-term illness or disability can have a profound effect on daily life, both for those with a diagnosis and those who care for them, so it’s vitally important you are receiving all the help you are entitled to.”
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