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Attendance allowance is a benefit for people who are physically or mentally ill; are disabled and need support or care; or need to be supervised by someone else during daily living activities.
Cold weather payments are made to help people keep warm during extended cold spells of weather between 1 November and 31 March each year.
Considering moving abroad? There are some things to consider about how this may effect any benefits you are receiving or entitled to.
You pay National Insurance contributions throughout your working life, to build up your entitlement to certain state benefits, including the State Pension.
Pension Credit is a benefit to help top up pension payments for those on low incomes or as an extra payment for those who have saved privately.
The State Pension is a payment you receive if you pay enough National Insurance contributions over your working life.
The Winter Fuel Payment is a tax free payment to help older people keep warm during winter. It is provided by the government.
Some benefits can be affected when you go into hospital or into residential care. Here are some things to consider.