• At The Brain Charity's centre
  • By phone
  • In your home
  • Online
  • At The Brain Charity's centre
  • By phone
  • In your home
  • Online

The Brain Charity

Norton Street
L3 8LR

View on map

Applying for welfare benefits

Many people with a neurological condition can find it difficult to nagivate the welfare benefits system, particularly if you have not experienced it before.

We also know completing the necessary paperwork can be hard if you have difficulty reading, writing or concentrating or have problems with your memory.

Getting advice at The Brain Charity

How we can help

 The Brain Charity’s welfare benefits service can help you:

  • Find out which benefits you might be entitled to, such as Personal Independence Payment (PIP) and Universal Credit
  • Assess your eligibility
  • Support you to apply, including gathering evidence and filling out application forms
  • Appeal against unfair decisions to reduce or remove your benefits if they have been wrongly taken away
  • Advocate for you at benefits tribunals

If you would like help from our welfare benefits service, call The Brain Charity’s free helpline on 0800 008 6417 or fill in the form below.

Other work-related issues

If you are looking to return to the workplace, our employment team can help you find a new job, training or education opportunity.

The Brain Charity can also offer advice on employment issues and rights in the workplace and finding meaningful alternatives to work such as volunteering.

Specialist benefits advice guides

from The Brain Charity:

Looking to talk to someone?

Phone us

Contact The Brain Charity now

Our friendly Information & Advice Officers are here to help. We endeavour to respond to all enquiries within 10 working days.

0800 008 6417

Looking to talk to someone?

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.