The day you are admitted is treated as a day out of hospital and the day you are discharged is treated as a day in hospital.
If you go into hospital, your carer’s allowance will stop after 12 weeks.
If the person you are caring for goes into hospital, your carer’s allowance will stop when their attendance allowance, disability living allowance care component or personal independence payment daily living component stops> .
On the death of a caree … 8 weeks confirmed :
What happens to my carers allowance when the person dies ?
Your carer’s benefits will stop after your friend or family member’s death.
If you’re getting Carer’s Allowance or Income Support for carers, your benefit payments can continue for up to eight weeks following the death of the person you were caring for.
Under UC , that means a lot of juggling with the various benefits making up UC … like literally walking into a minefield as the figures try to catch up with actual circumstances.
( Practical experience when working with neighbours on zero hour contracts under UC and others being referred by my local food bank. )
On the health front … CHC/ NHS Continuing Healthcare ?
U C a minefield as figures try to catch up with individuals circumstances.
Eventually, I will be given an appointment with job advisor who follow the usual format.
Each one tuned to their Mantra, " Making Work Pay".
Ignoring highly qualified Doctors over DWP paid assessors.
My circumstances at that time will be ongoing treatment for Spinal Degeneration.
I might not even be well enough to attend due to rehabilitation.
So, am guessing they will SANCTION ME and ignore medical intervention.
Force me to sign a Claimant Commitment under Job Seekers rule.