LEADING IN HOUSING, SUPPORT AND RIGHTS FOR PEOPLE WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES
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Paying for housing, support and daily living

In these pages you can find technical information about the many different ways of paying for housing, support and daily living.Below are all Paying for housing, support and daily living pages and downloadable resources organised by the date they were added to the web site.
    • Paying for housing, support and daily living
    Department of Health announces successful bids to the £25m housing capital fund
    Successful bids to DH capital fund
    • Paying for housing, support and daily living
    • News
    • Tenancy
    Supported Housing Survey
    • Paying for housing, support and daily living
    • Easy read
    the-big-changes-to-benefit-2013.pdf
    The Big Changes to Benefits- an easy read guide on the main benefit changes
    • Paying for housing, support and daily living
    Welfare reform case studies
    Examples of how welfare reform will impact on the income of people with learning disabilities.
    • Paying for housing, support and daily living
    Universal credit
    A briefing about how Universal Credit will replace current means-tested benefits from April 2013.
    • Paying for housing, support and daily living
    Personal Independence Payment (PIP)
    A briefing sheet about how PIP will replace Disability Living Allowance from April 2013
    • Paying for housing, support and daily living
    The Bedroom Tax
    This page is a briefing about the Bedroom Tax and how it may affect people with learning disabilities
    • Paying for housing, support and daily living
    The Benefit Cap
    A briefing on the benefit cap that shows the impact on families with disabled adults living in the family home
    • Paying for housing, support and daily living
    • Technical information
    Housing Benefit tenancies - exempt or excluded from restrictions
    This fact sheet explains how some tenancies tenancies are 'exempt' or 'excluded' from the ordinary rules that apply to calculating how much Housing Benefit can be paid in private sector tenancies.
    • Paying for housing, support and daily living
    • Technical information
    Discretionary Trusts and tax
    This fact sheet considers some of the tax implications when you set up a Discretionary Trust.
    • Paying for housing, support and daily living
    • Technical information
    Buying a house using Support for Mortgage Interest
    This factsheet describes how a disabled person can use Support for Mortgage Interest to buy a property.
    • Paying for housing, support and daily living
    • Technical information
    Buying, renting and passing on property
    A guide to the different ways a family can arrange housing for a disabled relative.
    • Paying for housing, support and daily living
    • Technical information
    Family investment in housing
    This fact sheet tells you how a family member can provide housing for their relative.
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