Sick or disabled people and carers
If you're sick or disabled, you might be able to claim benefits like Personal Independence Payment (PIP) and Employment and Support Allowance (ESA). If you care for someone who is disabled, you might be able to get Carer’s Allowance. You might also be able to claim other benefits if you're on a low income.
Start here if you don’t know what to claim.
Check if you can claim Employment and Support Allowance and how to deal with problems.
Information on eligibility for claiming Personal Independence Payment (PIP), how to fill in the claim form and how to challenge a decision.
Advice for making a Disability Living Allowance claim and help with any problems.
Advice for making an Attendance Allowance claim.
Check if you can get Carer's Allowance and how to make a claim.
You can’t make a new claim for DLA if you’re 16 or over. Check what to do if you have a problem with your DLA.
Check if you can claim Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit and how to deal with problems with it.
How to apply for and use a Blue Badge, and what to do if you're refused one. How to get a Motability car or get help with transport costs.
Find out about the Young Carer Grant - a payment for carers aged 16-18 years who do at least 16 hours of caring a week on average but don't receive Carer's Allowance.
Find out about this annual payment to help with household heating costs for disabled children and young people under 19 over the winter.
Find out about Child Disability Payment that's gradually replacing Disability Living Allowance (DLA), for disabled children and young people who live in Scotland. You can also find out about other benefits and help if you get Child Disability Payment.
Find out about Adult Disability Payment, a benefit to help with the extra costs of being disabled or having a long-term health condition.