Guidance

What PIP means for the health sector

Personal Independence Payment guidance and communication resources for people working in the health sector.

Documents

What Personal Independence Payment means for the health sector

Quick guide to PIP for health professionals

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Sample PIP editorial content for health professionals

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Detail

This guidance is tailored for people working in the health sector.

It explains the impact that the introduction of Personal Independence Payment (PIP) will have on their role working with people with a health condition or disability, including what they will need to do to help support a PIP claim.

The sample editorial content contains information for health professions to use in their own communications when talking about PIP, with:

  • clients who may be eligible for PIP
  • colleagues within their own organisation
  • other external health organisations

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