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This funding is for those aged 16 or over that have a health condition or disability where you:
Find out more about Personal Independence Payment (PIP)
You may get employment and support allowance (ESA) if your illness or disability affects your ability to work.
Find out more about employment and support allowance (ESA)
Working tax credit has been replaced by universal credit.
You can still make a new claim for working tax credit if you get the severe disability premium.
Find out more about working tax credit
Undergraduate or postgraduate students can apply for Disabled Students' Allowances to cover some of the extra costs of study because of a mental health problem, long term illness or any other disability.
Find out more and apply
Student finance lets you borrow money to help pay for University or college. Some students can get a grant if they are disabled.
Find out how to apply for student finance and what you are eligible for
This grant is for people with a disability, health or mental health condition. It can help support you to:
Find out more about access to work grant
There are 3 different type of Jobseeker’s Allowance (JSA), which types you can get depends on your circumstances.
Find out more about job seeker’s allowance
Housing Benefit to help you pay rent has been replaced by universal credit. You can only make a new claim for Housing Benefit if you’re getting the severe disability premium or were entitled to it within the last month.
Find out more about housing benefit
A personal budget is an amount of money to help children and young people with SEN and/or disabilities.
Find out more about personal budgets.
There are many funding schemes available to help towards the cost of childcare. You could be eligible for support for children up to 17 years.
Find out about childcare funding.