Claiming Personal Independence Payment (PIP) or Employment and Support Allowance (ESA), is not always a straightforward process. Here, our charity partner Turn2us helps you decide when you should challenge a decision and how to do it.
Employers and employees must work together to manage the implications of having a serious long-term illness like pulmonary hypertension. Here Steph Pollard takes a closer look at the world of work and PH.
Myra Morrison of Frome in Somerset was diagnosed with a type of PH called CTEPH in March 2014 at the age of 61. She applied for Personal Independence Payments (PIP) and it took her a year of letters and appeals – plus a tribunal hearing – to finally be deemed eligible. Here, she shares her experience and encourages others to persevere and pursue the support they are entitled to.
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