Disability living allowance for children is a benefit for under 16s who because of a disability or health condition have mobility issues and or need more care attention and supervision than children their age normally would the allowance is non means tested non taxed rises with inflation and acts as a passport to other types of support such as motability blue badge housing benefits . Benefits for young people with disabilities the benefits system is there to help but are you clued up on what you are entitled to read on and find out who to contact for help disabled students allowances the disabled students allowance dsa is available from your local authority la find out more here. This guidance provides links to websites that help young disabled people find and stay in work it is aimed at young disabled people their parents and the professionals who work with them. Support for the whole family 24 housing 29 financial support 30 early learning and childcare 32 education 33 community life 36 inclusive places 39 safety and justice 43 3 transitions consultation see question 7 47 principles of good transitions 49 coordinated transitions support 50 adult health and social care 51 further and higher education 53 employment and volunteering 54 4 concluding . For more information see our coronavirus and financial support page there are a variety of benefits available to disabled people over 16 depending on whether or not they work or are considered to be able to work if a young person aged 16 to 19 lives with their parents or carers there may be a choice about who claims benefits we give advice about this in our transition guide working
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