On 3rd December the Money Advice Service launched a new resource to support people who develop a health condition or become disabled.
Covering six areas, it has been developed with disability experts to address the specific needs of people who become ill or disabled.
Personalisation is a way of thinking about health and care services that puts people at the centre of understanding their needs, choosing their support and having control over their lives.
A New Partnership agreement by Think Local Act Personal is being written for 2014 and they would like to hear your views and how any differences can be made to your lives.
From April 2013, people who receive NHS Continuing Healthcare and families of children who receive continuing care will have the right to ask for a Personal Health Budget (PHB).
The right to ask for a PHB does not, however, guarantee an entitlement to a PHB. However, it was announced by Norman Lamb on 9th October 2013 that from October 2014, those people who have a right to ask will be given a further right to have a PHB.
Carers Rights Day takes place on November 29th and this year's theme is rights, advice, support making sure that carers understand their rights and get access to good quality advice that can support them to care.
Carers Rights Day aims to ensure that carers are aware of the different support that is available to them including access to support and information on different technology that can benefit them.
This year, Carers UK will also be highlighting some of the ways in which carers' rights and entitlements are changing.
In the UK, nearly one in 10 university students classes themselves as having a disability. Despite this, only 2% of graduate job applications on 2012 came from disabled graduates.
Great With Disability is a new website aimed at closing that gap by offering advice and support to students and a recruitment platform to employers.