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TOPIC: keeping mobility if starting work

keeping mobility if starting work 8 years 7 months ago #55059

  • denise
Hi all l have a quick question. Hubby recieves mobility and has the chance of a non manual job which hes seriously considering as hes climbing the walls with boredom ( not literally) will he be allowed to keep his mobility? Circumstances havnt changed his illness is unpredictable. Grateful for any advice thank you.

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Re: keeping mobility if starting work 8 years 7 months ago #55061

  • Survivor
I think that before I answer this, I should point out that we don't advise on specific cases and it is always best to get face-to-face advice on your individual situation.

However, in principle, it is entirely possible to get DLA whilst working, and indeed many people do.

If your husband starts working, he should notify the DWP of the fact that he is starting work and whether there are any changes to his care and/or mobility needs.

I am moving this thread to the benefits questions forum.

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Re: keeping mobility if starting work 8 years 7 months ago #55062

  • denise
Thank you x still new here and trying to naviagte my way round with a head full of questions thanks again x

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