Disabled facilities grant, Blue Badge application, government benefits, and adult social care information.
If you or someone you live with has a disability, you may be eligible for a grant to pay for adaptations to your home:
A disabled facilities grant is a means-tested council grant of up to £30,000 to assist with the costs incurred in adapting your home to allow access to normal household facilities. Before you can apply for a disabled facilities grant, you must first be assessed by an occupational therapist (OT) who will visit you to determine what you need to help you to live at home.
For more information and to organise an assessment email:
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgTel: (01482) 393939
We offer free local travel on buses and trains for East Riding residents with specific disabilities. Find out how to apply if you are entitled to a pass:
If you have a long-term mental health condition, or a physical condition that impacts on your everyday life, you might be eligible for PIP. You can claim if you're working, have savings, or you are in receipt of other benefits:
You can apply for Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) if you have a disability or health condition that affects how much you can work.
ESA gives you:
You can apply if you're employed, self-employed or unemployed.
Attendance Allowance helps with extra costs if you have a disability severe enough that you need someone to help look after you:
Disability Living Allowance is currently being replaced by Personal Independence Payment but you can still claim for a child who has a disability if they:
If you have severe mobility issues you may be eligible for a Blue Badge. This is a parking permit that gives you access to goods and services by allowing you to park closer to your destination:
The Your Life, Your Way website provides information to help you find the right care and support, to help you (or someone you care for) live an active and independent life, including information on: