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229564
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229564
action
Offer more help for Brain Injury Survivors
background
People with disabilities all over GB, get financial help from the Government. However, survivors of severe brain injury are effected for life, whilst often NOT being helped at all. Over 70% of ESA and PIP assessors (job centre) don't know what brain injury is, or how it effects people.
additional details
Brain injury is invisible. When it comes to financial help brain injury survivors are left behind. Over 70% of assessors for PIP and ESA are not educated or trained in the effects of brain injury, because it isn't that common. But also close to 80% of Brain Injury Survivors find it very difficult to explain the effects due to the nature of the injury. The government need to put something in place so PIP and ESA assessors begin to understand the effects of brain injury.
created at
2018-09-30T09:48:57.770000+00:00
updated at
2018-10-10T17:44:28.849000+00:00
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