For 2015-16: Higher rate: £82.30 per week for day and night care, or terminal
illness; Basic rate: £55.10 per week for day or night care.
Attendance Allowance helps pay for your personal care if you're older or disabled
- rates, eligibility, apply, claim form AA1A, AA1.
Attendance Allowance is a tax-free benefit if you are aged 65 or over and you
need a lot of looking after. A leaflet giving a brief summary of the attendance ...
Information and advice for carers about Attendance Allowance, a benefit that
helps ... You will be paid the higher rate of Attendance Allowance if you meet one
Sep 30, 2011 ... Attendance allowance is a tax-free benefit paid to people over 65 who need help
... AA is paid at two weekly rates: £49.30 if you need help with ...
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 ...
Attendance Allowance Rates. Attendance Allowance is paid at two weekly rates (
2016 - 2017):. Higher rate: £82.30 - To qualify you must meet both the day and ...
Jan 15, 2015 ... There are two rates of Attendance Allowance, depending on the amount of help
needed. A person can get Attendance Allowance for their care ...
Attendance Allowance is a tax-free social security benefit intended for people
with a long-term illness ... Attendance Allowance can be paid at two different
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.