Author: Jane Young
The purpose of this briefing is to explain the concerns of disabled people and their organisations in relation to the mobility component of Personal Independence Payment (PIP), including the 20 metre benchmark distance, and also to provide assistance to those who wish to support disabled people by making an informed response to the government's consultation.
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Briefing on PIP Mobility © wearespartacus.org.uk 2013.
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