Adult Disability Payment (ADP) will replace Personal Independence Payment (PIP). The Scottish Government is holding a consultation on the proposed changes. But the government hasn't changed the 20 metre rule.
Judy is the coordinator of the Borders local group and has been volunteering for almost two decades. The relationships the group built when they brought local people with MS together meant that when they called for better care, people listened.
If you have a great idea for a campaign you’d like to lead in your community, we’d love to give you the support and resources you need to make it happen. There are plenty of ways you can take action online while we can’t meet face to face.
Over the past few years the Scottish Government have been engaging with people across the country as it prepares to roll out Adult Disability Payments (ADP). This is the Scottish government’s replacement for PIP (Personal Independence Payment).
Throughout the pandemic, we’ve been looking at the impact on our community. As we’ve been speaking to decision-makers across the UK about services, care and support, the most vital tool in helping us campaign has been information from you!
It can be hard enough dealing with MS without having coronavirus and lockdown in the picture too. We’re working to influence governments and decision-makers across the UK on the issues that affect our community during the pandemic.