Attendance Allowance is a non-contributory Social Security benefit paid to elderly
disabled people in the United Kingdom. It was introduced in the National ...
May 23, 2016 ... Attendance Allowance helps pay for your personal care if you're older or disabled
- rates, eligibility, apply, claim form AA1A.
May 31, 2016 ... Attendance Allowance isn't means-tested, so your income and savings aren't
taken into account. Find out more about Attendance Allowance ...
Attendance Allowance is a tax-free benefit if you are aged 65 or over and you
need a lot of looking after. Note: this leaflet gives a brief summary of Attendance ...
Information and advice for carers about Attendance Allowance, a benefit that
helps older people aged over 65 with extra costs of disability.
Attendance Allowance is a benefit for severely disabled people aged 65 or over
who need help with personal care. People aged under 65 who have care needs
Attendance Allowance is paid at 2 different rates £55.10 or £82.30 and how much
you get depends on the level of care that you need because of your disability.
You can claim attendance allowance if you are disabled, are aged 65 or over and
need help to look after yourself. There are two rates of payment, a lower rate ...
Sep 30, 2011 ... Tom McLeod, 90, says attendance allowance makes it possible for him still to live
on his own. Photograph: Mark Pinder for the Guardian.
Q: I have just been awarded high rate A.A at £82.30 weekly. I am afraid to tell the
benefits agency as I feel they will cut my Pension Credit, which is only £155.60 ...