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Digital Subscriptions > Campbeltown Courier > 1st December 2017 > End disability reassessment for Parkinson’s patients

End disability reassessment for Parkinson’s patients


More than 1,500 people, with Parkinson’s across Scotland are facing unnecessary distress and financial uncertainty because of the UK government’s insistence on reassessing them for a disability benefit even though their health will not improve.

As well as causing needless anguish, reassessing everyone with Parkinson’s will cost UK taxpayers more than £3 million.

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