Benefits and mental health
For advisers and support staff working with people who have mental health needs. Have a positive impact on the benefits your client is able to claim, by attending this one-day course. The course covers how clients may be affected by the introduction of universal credit and personal independence payment.
By the end of this course you will be able to:
- identify how clients with mental health conditions may qualify as having limited capability for work and limited capability for work-related activity (within ESA and UC)
- identify how clients with mental health conditions may satisfy the disability conditions for DLA, attendance allowance and PIP
- recognise key issues affecting clients with mental health conditions and how their advice needs may be met
What have previous delegates said about this course?
"A good overview of the more intricate nature of benefit claims, and how some succeed where others do not"
|Intermediate||5 Hours||SFJIB19, SFJIB20|
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Dates and venues
Duration one day - 10.00am to 4.00pm
|14T1BMH1||10 April 2014||Leeds|
|14T1BMH2||30 April 2014||Birmingham|
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