Secretary of State for Social Security v Fairey: CA 22 Jun 1995

A deaf person can be entitled to disability living allowance for the care needed in order to live a reasonable life.
Independent 27-Jun-1995, Times 22-Jun-1995
England and Wales
Citing:
Appealed toCockburn v Chief Adjudication Officer and Another and Secretary of State for Social Services v Fairey HL 21-May-1997
The provision of an interpreter for a deaf person was included in range of care needed for attendance for Disability Living Allowance. Dealing with his soiled laundry was not so included: ‘In my opinion it is not enough to ask whether the act in . .

Cited by:
Appeal fromCockburn v Chief Adjudication Officer and Another and Secretary of State for Social Services v Fairey HL 21-May-1997
The provision of an interpreter for a deaf person was included in range of care needed for attendance for Disability Living Allowance. Dealing with his soiled laundry was not so included: ‘In my opinion it is not enough to ask whether the act in . .

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Updated: 07 June 2021; Ref: scu.89092