A physical disability covers a broad spectrum of issues that restrict someone's ability to move or physically interact with others and their environment. This can be due to a loss of sight, spinal injury or loss of hearing for example and usually requires some form of equipment, aid and or support for day to day life.
Living with a physical disability can be a challenge, but more often than not there is help available through your local GP for treatments and coping methods.
Practical Help For the Physically Disabled
Any physical disability will come with a cost for equipment, training and support with day to day living may be required. There are a number of benefits that can help:
Disability Support Project can help with the applications, appeals and if tribunals to make the process easier and less stressful for you.