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Disability Allowance

Disability Allowance is a weekly payment that you may get if you have a disability that is expected to last for at least one year, and you are aged 16 to 65. To get the payment, you must satisfy a means test. You may also need to attend a medical examination.

Blind Welfare Allowance

This is a means-tested payment and may be paid if you already get Blind Pension or Disability Allowance. Check with your local office of the Health Service Executive for more details.

Mobility Allowance

This is a means-tested monthly allowance paid to people who are unable to walk and would benefit from a change in surroundings. For further information, contact your local office of the Health Service Executive

Last modified:03/10/2008
 

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