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This financial assistance is available through Attendance Allowance which is a benefit payment administered by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP). Attendance Allowance was created to help older Britons with a long-term health condition or illness with the financial costs of their ailment. The most someone can receive from this particular DWP payment is £370 a month which could provide older households with a sizable financial boost.

In order to be eligible for Attendance Allowance, state pensioners need to have a disability or health condition for at least six months before applying.

How much money someone gets from Attendance Allowance is dependent on the “severity” of their condition, according …

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