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  • Spent2much
    started a topic carers allowance

    carers allowance

    My dad is in a care home permanent now so my mum is on her own . She is a cancer survivor she has asthma and is bent over with age sciatica - she cannot make her own meals properly as she can't stand straight so i make them for her and i am there twice a day to make sure she has eaten and i do all her...
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  • pipsaholic
    started a topic City Carer Centre Funding

    City Carer Centre Funding

    Hello,

    This is a message to any carers out their struggling financially. There are various carer centres throughout the country that have a budget given by the local government to fund essential services. We were given money for a holiday £200. Also, they said if you need money for essentials...
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  • HOUSING BENIFIT AND CARERS ALLOWANCE/ATTENDANCE ALOWANCE

    Hi i was hoping someone could give me some advice as i am thinking of moving in with the person i care for and was wondering how it would effect the persons housing benefit he gets attendance allowance and i claim carers for him any advice would be most welcome as last time i had a problem with the...
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  • Cassy
    started a topic Littlewoods Shopping Insurance

    Littlewoods Shopping Insurance

    Hello ive been reading through a few threads on here regarding littlewoods shopping insurance, and i am wondering if the shopping insurance would pay out if I needed to make a claim.
    I cant quite remember the date i opened an account at littlewoods, but it was in 2010, and I had just started...
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  • Rent-to-own firms 'selling to vulnerable people' - Brighthouse

    Rent-to-own firms 'selling to vulnerable people' - Brighthouse

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 4th July 2016 14:36
    Rent-to-own companies are selling products to vulnerable people with mental health problems and learning disabilities, the BBC has found.

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  • Are you ready to pay £500 a year to give your nanny a pension?

    Are you ready to pay £500 a year to give your nanny a pension?

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on 27th May 2015 08:29.

    Families with nannies and the elderly who take on carers must start paying into a pension in as little as five days’ time — or face a £400 fine....
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  • clueless24
    started a topic Direct Payment

    Direct Payment

    I have a question regarding Direct Payments does anyone have any knowledge on the subject because we are all really struggling trying to work out what information is correct?
    Long story short my Grandson (3 years old) has been assessed and qualifies for direct payment to pay for his care which...
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  • Claiming PIP & expecting ATOS will Force us to Appeal

    Hi guys - and please move this thread if it is in the wrong place - I have a habit of sitting in the wrong seat and pressing the wrong buttons !!! I've spent a few years in these forums dealing with bank charges & PPI etc., and I like to think I'm pretty clever with that stuff - but the damage...
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  • Thousands of care workers 'miss out on minimum wage'

    Thousands of care workers 'miss out on minimum wage'

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on 9th February 2015 10:08.

    *More than a tenth of UK care workers are being paid less than the national minimum wage of £6.50 an hour, a study suggests. * The Resolution...
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  • Spent2much
    started a topic a difficult situation

    a difficult situation

    Both my parents are ill mum still has to go to the hospital every two weeks for her pallette after cancer and she has other health issues too which she is receiving treatment,

    My dad has parkinson's and recently had a heart attack and paceamker and is very fragile still .

    Mother...
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  • Council tax reduction eligibility help

    Hi everyone

    I just wondered about eligibilty with Council Tax Reduction.

    My husband works full time, I am a full time carer for my 19 year old son, I receive Carers Allowance and my son has high rate disability living allowance.
    Now we still receive Child Tax Credits...
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  • lookingforward
    started a topic Continuing Healthcare

    Continuing Healthcare

    Hi Everyone,

    My Mum is now 87 and lives in her own home with my sister but her health is deteriorating since having a stroke a couple of years ago and in particular these last couple of months. She needs help to walk whereas before she could do it with her walker, she has frequent bouts...
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  • AAD News Feed
    started a topic Flexible working rights extended to all

    Flexible working rights extended to all

    Flexible working rights extended to all

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on 30th June 2014 10:51.

    *Every employee now has the right to request flexible working hours after the government extended the right previously reserved for carers and those...

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  • lookingforward
    started a topic Jury service

    Jury service

    My son is currently going through the process of assessement for Aspergers, he's 21 but it was something we skirted around for a long time beofre we've jointly decided to try and sort out now.
    His had his initial one hour chat but his next appointment isn't until August.
    Today he's received...
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  • garlok
    started a topic Re: Social Care, Supported Living, Carers

    Re: Social Care, Supported Living, Carers

    I have started this thread to try to highlight the difficulties of dealing with Social Services particularly if you have a vulnerable adult in your family. We could write a book on this subject as canmany others but in these days of financial constraint Social Services departments are trying to foist...
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    Last edited by garlok; 26th August 2013, 12:26.
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