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An example of what the change to PIP will mean for disabled people, from the CAB blog article.

An example of what the change to PIP will mean for disabled people, from the CAB blog article.

I can’t reblog the Citizens Advice Bureau article on what the change from Disability Living Allowance to Personal Independence Payment will mean for the majority of claimants, because it’s not a WordPress blog. It is extremely valuable information, though, and I advise you all to visit the site at:

http://blogs.citizensadvice.org.uk/blog/personal-independence-payment-is-it-fit-for-purpose/

I will, however, give you a taste of what to expect: “Disabled people have already taken more than their ‘fair’ share of cuts – more than any other group. Within the next few years, over 600,000 fewer disabled people will get the support they need from disability benefits and risk plunging their households into poverty as a result.”