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I am actually a full time, young carer for my Mum, so I hope these questions don't seem too silly.
Due to the title, I would obviously like to ask a few questions about ESA.
We have already been awarded the enhanced rate of PiP for both living and mobility. We are very grateful. I have seen a lot of people applying for ESA on here. So here's the thing - my Mum is definitely not able to work, and there is no likelihood that she will ever go back.
Is ESA optional for people that will never work again? Or is it for persons who will have a chance to get better and work again? Obviously my Mum would be in a group in which she can't work - does this mean she still has to 'sign on' if she gets the benefit?
Thank you all so much in advance - I have had such comfort and knowledge in all of your replies in other discussions! Xxx
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