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Drop In If You Need Disability Benefits Advice

Drop In If You Need Disability Benefits Advice

Looking for advice on disabilty benefits? If so help is available at a special drop-in session on Thursday 20 June from 10.30am-2pm.

Manor Training and Resource Centre is hosting the session at their premises on 304-308 Prince Of Wales Road, Sheffield S2 1FF. It is hoped that it can become a regular service depending on demand.

Held by non-profit organisation FightBack4Justice experts will be on hand to answer questions about all aspects of
• Personal Independence Payment (PIP)
• Employment and Support Allowance (ESA)
• Disability Living Allowance (DLA)
• Attendance Allowance (AA)
• Industrial Injuries (II)

Anyone who has been found fit for work, is worried about their appeal or is having difficulty filling in their form are welcome to attend, as members of the organisation (pictured) claim a 95% success rate.

For further information about the work done at MaTReC you can telephone them on 01142 642194 or email them at matrec@matrec.org.uk. They also have Facebook and Twitter pages.

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