Questions and Answers about Department for Work and Pensions (DWP)

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Can a person still get. Attendance allow ence if in a care home

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Yes your allowance doubles

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It depends on how the care home is paid for your care

Answered - Admin Officer (Former Employee) - Glasgow

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Only if self funding in England or Wales. Not in Scotland as they get free personal care.

Answered - Customer Adviser (Current Employee) - Scotland

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AA payable for four weeks after being admitted to residential care

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Unsure as never worked on AA section but I would expect you can but paid to care home.

Answered - Administration Officer (Former Employee) - Lincolnshire

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From my knowledge yes they can.

Answered - Office Assistant (Former Employee) - Bournemouth, Dorset

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Yes you can receive Attendance Allowance while in a care home. Attendance Allowance is a disability benefit for people of pension age. It is extra monetary support for those with disabilities and it is available regardless of where a person lives.

Answered - Account Developer (Current Employee) - Stockton-on-Tees

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There are certain rules & regulations to go through for that.

Answered - Executive Officer (Former Employee) - Blackpool, Lancashire

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