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Hi can anyone tell me the full amount of Esa in support group pls

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    As I'm hopeing that I get moved from work related group to support group

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      Hi Chris I had a letter yesterday. After a recent change from dla to pip. I do think it varys. Its probably best you look on DWP site. As People have children like myself. My money as of April does go down. Another new law for us all. But if you claim pip. And are registered disabled. Living allowance is 73.10 plus 61.85 Extra for being severely disabled. Im reading this from the letter infront of me. So 134 pw I receive from Esa on a support group. But this varies ie married couple. Single persons .Single parent.These sums are from April.
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      Hi Suzy thanks for this at the moment im in wrg but now hopeing to go in support as my walking is minimal 20/30 meters yes I'm single but over 25 so is it more

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      Yes its definately more. Depending on if you get the disability premium. As thats what bumps the money up. Just type in esa awards. And itll show you which group your in. Goodluck.
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      The Support Group Income based is £125.05 per week if over 25. This includes £15.75 per week Enhanced disability premium. There is a severe disability premium but there's extra criteria for being eligible for this not everyone is eligible for this premium. No premiums are paid if on Contribution Based ESA.

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    Its £109.30. Plus £15.75 and you could also receive over £68.00 if classed as severely disabled. Hope this helped.

    Mark

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