Benefit Assessment App Reaches 100,000 Users in First Year

Benefit Assessment App Reaches 100,000 Users in First Year

Foundation funding helping disabled people better prepare for benefit assessments.

seAp Advocacy, an independent charity that provides free independent and confidential advocacy services, is delighted to announce that 100,000 people have used the c-App ( since its launch in January 2016.

The cutting edge tools at the heart of the web-apps take users through the relevant assessment processes, allowing them to answer the sorts of questions they will be asked in a face-to-face benefit assessment.

The web-apps gives users all of the basic information they need to know about the Personal Independence Payment (PIP) and Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) such as; help understanding what PIP/ESA are and how to apply for them, guidance around the assessment process, advice on how to answer the questions in the assessment to accurately portray conditions and information on being clear about a person’s rights in the assessment.

Production of the app was made possible by funding from The Legal Education Foundation and Comic Relief’s ‘Tech for Good’ fund.

The full press release can be seen here.

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