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Eligibility rules if you have a terminal illness To get PIP: you need to be at least 16 years old when you apply. you usually need to be living in England, Wales or Scotland when you apply. your doctors must say you could die within 6 months - for example, if they give you a life expectancy of 5-12 months.
Yes \u2013 if you're living with a terminal illness, you may be able to claim PIP under the special rules for people with a terminal illness.
If you are terminally ill and do not expect to live longer than a year, you can apply at retirement to exchange all of your ill-health benefits for a one-off, usually tax-free, lump sum payment.
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You may wish to claim benefits for someone else if they need help to apply, or do not want to know their illness is terminal. You can claim Personal Independence Payment (PIP), Attendance Allowance and Disability Living Allowance on behalf of someone else.
You may wish to claim benefits for someone else if they need help to apply, or do not want to know their illness is terminal. You can claim Personal Independence Payment (PIP), Attendance Allowance and Disability Living Allowance on behalf of someone else.
Log in to your nhs.net e-mail account. Select \u201cnew e-mail\u201d \u2013 input PIP.E-DS1500@DWP.GSI.GOV.UK as the delivery address - Give the e-mail a title \u2013 we suggest \u201cClaimant's surname \u2013 DS1500\u201d. Then attach the correct DS1500 file into the e-mail and click send.
You should apply for Attendance Allowance straight away if you meet the eligibility criteria - it doesn't matter how long you've had your illness or disability. There's a quick application process for people who have been diagnosed with a terminal illness and aren't expected to live more than 6 months.
You'll usually get a decision letter within 2 weeks - this will tell you whether or not you'll get Attendance Allowance. Contact the helpline if you haven't received a letter within 2 weeks - they will check whether a decision has been made for you.

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