Adult Disability Payment (Scotland)

Adult disability payment (ADP) is a benefit for people in Scotland between the age of 16 and pension age who need help taking part in everyday life or who find it difficult to get around. It is replacing personal independence payment (PIP), which remains in place in the rest of the UK.

You can claim ADP on the Scottish government website.

On this page you can download our guide to ADP for free.

What our ADP guide contains

The guide covers information on:

  • What is ADP?
  • Who is eligible?          
  • How you are assessed
  • Starting your claim     
  • Completing the claim-form    
  • Asking for the decision to be looked at again           
  • Appeals          
  • What if you are already on PIP?        
  • Keeping a diary          

You can also buy a paper copy of our guide using the link below.


Adult Disability Payment - PDF

Adult Disability Payment - Accessible word document

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Format: 24/06/2024
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Adult Disability Payment front cover