NAM, NAT, BHIVA and BASHH welcome new data from Public Health England that gives hope that HIV can be conquered
People living with HIV are not getting the support they need from Personal Independence Payment (PIP), according to new research from the National AIDS Trust (NAT).
PIP replaces Disability Living Allowance (DLA) and is supposed to promote independence and participation by helping pay for the extra costs of living with a disability.
People living with HIV continue to face barriers to accessing insurance, despite improvements in availability over the past decade, according to a new report from NAT (National AIDS Trust).
New research from NAT shows that one in four (25%) people living with HIV have been refused a financial product or quoted an unaffordable premium in the last five years. Some insurance products, such as income protection insurance and critical illness cover, remain completely unavailable to people living with HIV.