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Free Stuff for the disabled

shakey82 Avatar
6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
I have recently become disabled and I would like to know if any companies do any 'freebies' or deal for people on Disablitly Living Allowance. I know British Gas did the energy saving stuff recently and i tried to check online and only found this so fair

http://www.ceacard.co.uk/

it allows the career of people on DLA to get into cinemas for free

If anyone could help me I would be most grateful
shakey82 Avatar
6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
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#1
soz bud im disabled have been for years and no one wants to know it seems only students get free stuff nowadays
#2
lots of free stuff for the disabled about. free swimming and the biggie,:santa: free car tax if your on higher rate of mobility allowance plus free car parking usually too
#3
It seems a bit unfair but i will keep on looking and if I find anything i will add it
#4
google CEA card. we get a carer free admission in nearly all cinemas

also alton towers and most other theme parks have special pricing for disabled for instance oakwood park allows one free carer with each disabled person
#5
without fear off being linched, i care for a young disabled man who recieves over £200 a week in benifits and pays no council tax, has a mobility car so is able to get out and about.

I know off a lot of people who dont earn that a week and have to pay rent, for running off a car council tax etc.

what are you actually after? most attractions that we visit are free or reduced entry for us?
#6
my nephew is disabled & my sister gets a taxi card to reduce the price of taxi fares??
#7
leecroot
without fear off being linched, i care for a young disabled man who recieves over £200 a week in benifits and pays no council tax, has a mobility car so is able to get out and about.

I know off a lot of people who dont earn that a week and have to pay rent, for running off a car council tax etc.

what are you actually after? most attractions that we visit are free or reduced entry for us?


@leecroot No I was not aiming for 'free stuff' off the government I was mearly looking for the things offered by companies who ask for the requirements of 'disabilty living allowance'.

What you am saying is right that the government do help people like me live a reasonable life which I am gratefull for.

I am just looking for 'freebies' that companies (like british gas for the energy saving scheme) because everyone does like recieving freebies in the post.

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