Money and benefits what is attendance allowance what is attendance allowance attendance allowance aa a benefit paid by the department for work and pensions dwp to people people of state pension age and over who need help with personal care because of a disability or health problem such as sight loss. A guide and checklist for people with sight problems about this guide this guide is also available on cassette and in braille it is intended to help people with sight problems to complete the claim forms for disability living allowance and attendance allowance the guide contains some general tips followed by a checklist. Information and advice on claiming benefits and entitlements including pension credit attendance allowance council tax benefit and carers allowance find out what you are entitled too blind or sight impaired or living in certain accommodation attendance allowance is a benefit to help older people who need extra help to stay . No you do not have to be registered as severely sight impaired blind or sight impaired partially sighted to claim attendance allowance personal independence payment or disability living allowance it is how your sight affects your daily living that counts. Attendance allowance is extra money you can claim if youre over state pension age and need regular help with your personal care it is non means tested so you can claim it whatever your income or savings
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