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1. Tell us about the impact of the 20m PIP rule

...experiences of people with M.E., highlighting the impact of the 20 metre Personal Independence Payment (PIP) rule.The Disability Benefits Consortium (DBC) and Disability Rights UK were invited to do...

2. Action for M.E. submits evidence to PIP review

The Second Independent Review of the Personal Independence Payment (PIP) Assessment was published last week after Action for M.E. submitted evidence to the review, based on survey responses from...

3. Action for M.E. submits evidence to PIP inquiry

...has submitted evidence to the Work and Pensions Committee inquiry into Personal Independence Payment (PIP).Frank Field MP, Chair of the Committee, wrote to Action for M.E.’s Chief Executive Sonya Chowdhury...

4. Do you claim PIP? Share your experience

...Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has issued a call for evidence on the Personal Independence Payment (PIP) for its second independent review of the benefit.Action for M.E. is asking people with...

5. Pippa: "Ask for help when you need it"

We are always inspired by those with M.E. who help make our work possible. Pippa Stacey wanted to create something to brighten the day of people living with chronic illness, and has achieved just that...

6. PIP change could make claiming easier for people with M.E.

...can reliably walk up to 20 metres or 50 metres in total and that if a claimant is applying for the PIP mobility component, pain upon walking should also be taken into account. If a claimant can physically...

7. Supporting evidence for PIP and ESA claims

Supporting evidence – particularly medical – can make a crucial difference to the success of a benefits claim or appeal. This factsheet includes information on what to include and how to request it, plus...

8. A deeply dehumanising experience

This Action for M.E. report highlights how Personal Independence Payment (PIP) is failing to meet the support needs of people with M.E. in Scotland. Published March 2016.

9. Government questioned by UN over austerity measures

...quizzed today and Wednesday at the Palais des Nations in Geneva. As documented by our report on PIP in Scotland and findings from other charities, welfare reforms have reduced the level of support...

10. Info and support opening hours: today to Mon 29 July

...symptoms; and setbacks and relapses. You can read and/or download our welfare benefit factsheets on ESA, PIP, Universal Credit and more We offer three-peer support forums for young people and adults...

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"> 45 Results found for "Pip"

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1. Tell us about the impact of the 20m PIP rule

...experiences of people with M.E., highlighting the impact of the 20 metre Personal Independence Payment (PIP) rule.The Disability Benefits Consortium (DBC) and Disability Rights UK were invited to do...

2. Action for M.E. submits evidence to PIP review

The Second Independent Review of the Personal Independence Payment (PIP) Assessment was published last week after Action for M.E. submitted evidence to the review, based on survey responses from...

3. Action for M.E. submits evidence to PIP inquiry

...has submitted evidence to the Work and Pensions Committee inquiry into Personal Independence Payment (PIP).Frank Field MP, Chair of the Committee, wrote to Action for M.E.’s Chief Executive Sonya Chowdhury...

4. Do you claim PIP? Share your experience

...Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has issued a call for evidence on the Personal Independence Payment (PIP) for its second independent review of the benefit.Action for M.E. is asking people with...

5. Pippa: "Ask for help when you need it"

We are always inspired by those with M.E. who help make our work possible. Pippa Stacey wanted to create something to brighten the day of people living with chronic illness, and has achieved just that...

6. PIP change could make claiming easier for people with M.E.

...can reliably walk up to 20 metres or 50 metres in total and that if a claimant is applying for the PIP mobility component, pain upon walking should also be taken into account. If a claimant can physically...

7. Supporting evidence for PIP and ESA claims

Supporting evidence – particularly medical – can make a crucial difference to the success of a benefits claim or appeal. This factsheet includes information on what to include and how to request it, plus...

8. A deeply dehumanising experience

This Action for M.E. report highlights how Personal Independence Payment (PIP) is failing to meet the support needs of people with M.E. in Scotland. Published March 2016.

9. Government questioned by UN over austerity measures

...quizzed today and Wednesday at the Palais des Nations in Geneva. As documented by our report on PIP in Scotland and findings from other charities, welfare reforms have reduced the level of support...

10. Info and support opening hours: today to Mon 29 July

...symptoms; and setbacks and relapses. You can read and/or download our welfare benefit factsheets on ESA, PIP, Universal Credit and more We offer three-peer support forums for young people and adults...

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1. Tell us about the impact of the 20m PIP rule

...experiences of people with M.E., highlighting the impact of the 20 metre Personal Independence Payment (PIP) rule.The Disability Benefits Consortium (DBC) and Disability Rights UK were invited to do...

2. Action for M.E. submits evidence to PIP review

The Second Independent Review of the Personal Independence Payment (PIP) Assessment was published last week after Action for M.E. submitted evidence to the review, based on survey responses from...

3. Action for M.E. submits evidence to PIP inquiry

...has submitted evidence to the Work and Pensions Committee inquiry into Personal Independence Payment (PIP).Frank Field MP, Chair of the Committee, wrote to Action for M.E.’s Chief Executive Sonya Chowdhury...

4. Do you claim PIP? Share your experience

...Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has issued a call for evidence on the Personal Independence Payment (PIP) for its second independent review of the benefit.Action for M.E. is asking people with...

5. Pippa: "Ask for help when you need it"

We are always inspired by those with M.E. who help make our work possible. Pippa Stacey wanted to create something to brighten the day of people living with chronic illness, and has achieved just that...

6. PIP change could make claiming easier for people with M.E.

...can reliably walk up to 20 metres or 50 metres in total and that if a claimant is applying for the PIP mobility component, pain upon walking should also be taken into account. If a claimant can physically...

7. Supporting evidence for PIP and ESA claims

Supporting evidence – particularly medical – can make a crucial difference to the success of a benefits claim or appeal. This factsheet includes information on what to include and how to request it, plus...

8. A deeply dehumanising experience

This Action for M.E. report highlights how Personal Independence Payment (PIP) is failing to meet the support needs of people with M.E. in Scotland. Published March 2016.

9. Government questioned by UN over austerity measures

...quizzed today and Wednesday at the Palais des Nations in Geneva. As documented by our report on PIP in Scotland and findings from other charities, welfare reforms have reduced the level of support...

10. Info and support opening hours: today to Mon 29 July

...symptoms; and setbacks and relapses. You can read and/or download our welfare benefit factsheets on ESA, PIP, Universal Credit and more We offer three-peer support forums for young people and adults...

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