Attendance Allowance is money for people aged 65 or over who have care needs. (need help with activities of daily living such as getting dressed, going to the toilet or having someone to look after them so they do not hurt themselves). It could include help outside the home. It does not matter if no one actually gives this help, as long as you can show you need it. You can have any type of disability or illness, including sight or hearing impairments, or mental health issues such as dementia.
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It works by bringing together a large group of residential consumers and using this collective volume to secure better deals from energy suppliers in an auction process.
For problem assessment and advice, help with Benefit forms and where appropriate an appointment with our team of advisers and Free legal advisers
By registering for My Account you will be able to securely access a range of council services:
Everyone who remembers AGE UK Brent in their will is making sure that an older person locally will, in the future, get the helping hand they need.
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We publish our newsletter quarterly, as well as our Annual Report once a year.
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