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NHS Low Income Scheme

If you have a low income the NHS Low Income Scheme could help you. The scheme can help you pay for: NHS prescription charges NHS dental treatment charges the cost of sight tests, glasses and contact lenses the cost of travelling to receive NHS treatment NHS wigs and fabric supports (check with your hospital for their arrangements for supplying NHS wigs) How much help you get depends on your weekly income and necessary outgoings, plus any savings or investments you have at…

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Prescription Prepayment Certificates

A Prescription Prepayment Certificates (sometimes called a PPC) lets you get as many NHS prescriptions as you need for a set price. If you regularly pay prescription charges, a PPC could save you money. The prescription charge in England is £9.35 per item. A PPC costs: £30.25 for 3 months £108.10 for 12 months The quickest way to buy a PPC is to buy it online. Click here to buy a Prescription Prepayment Certificate: https://services.nhsbsa.nhs.uk/buy-prescription-prepayment-certificate/start Get a digital PPC You can…

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Self-isolation support payments

If you are on a low income and are unable to work because you have been told by NHS Test and Trace that you have to self-isolate, you may be eligible for a lump sum payment of £500 as part of the Government’s Test and Trace Support Payment scheme. Who will be eligible? To be eligible you must: have been told to self-isolate by NHS Test and Trace because you have tested positive for coronavirus or have recently been in close…

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