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Guide to Social Welfare Services - CollSoft

SW 4Section 4. Retired

SW 4Section 4. Retired or older people 454.1 State Pension (Transition) 464.2 State Pension (Contributory) 514.3 State Pension (Non-Contributory) 554.4 Pre-Retirement Allowance 604.5 Homemakers 634.6 Protecting your occupational pension rights 66Section 5. Widows, widower’s and One-parent families 695.1 Widow’s or Widower’s Contributory Pension 705.2 Widow’s or Widower’s Non-Contributory Pension 765.3 Widowed Parent Grant 805.4 One-Parent Family Payment 825.5 Your duty to support your family 88Section 6. Child related payments 936.1 Child Benefit 946.2 Maternity Benefit 986.3 Adoptive Benefit 1036.4 Health and Safety Benefit 1076.5 Guardian’s Payment (Contributory) 1126.6 Guardian’s Payment (Non-Contributory) 1146.7 School Meals Programme 117vi

Guide to Social Welfare ServicesSection 7. Illness, disability and caring 1197.1 Illness Benefit 1207.2 Invalidity Pension 1267.3 Disability Allowance 1297.4 Blind Pension 1337.5 Carer’s Benefit 1387.6 Carer’s Allowance 1437.7 Respite Care Grant 1487.8 Injury Benefit 1507.9 Disablement Benefit 1547.10 Medical Care 1577.11 Death Benefit 158— Widow’s or Widower’s Pension 158— Guardian’s Payment (Non-Contributory) 159— Dependent Parent(s) Pension 159— Funeral Grant 159Section 8. Unemployment supports 1638.1 Applying for a jobseekers payment 1648.2 How to qualify for Jobseeker’s Benefit or Allowance 1648.3 How much can I get? 1658.4 How do I get my payment? 1658.5 Can I work while getting a jobseeker’s payment? 1678.6 Optional Jobseeker’s Allowance 1688.7 Extra Benefits 169vii

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    SW 4How do I qualify for health and

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    Your Personal PublicService NumberY

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    SW 410.1 Treatment BenefitTreatment

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    SW 4Am I entitled to Treatment Bene

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    SW 4Free Schemes SectionSocial Welf

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    SW 4When and how do I apply?You sho

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    PRSI (PAY RELATED SOCIAL INSURANCE)

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    SW 411.1 Supplementary Welfare Allo

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    School MealsFunding is now availabl

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    SW 4PartnershipTelephoneNorth West

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    SW 4Appendix 8Information BookletsT

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