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Hi, im a mum of a 20yr old who as learning disabilities, my daughter is on jsa and receives £21 aweek from mobility pip payment,, she currently attends job centre once a fortnight, and has to attend ingues ( work programme ) once a fortnight too,, i just feel as though they dont really understand the complex of her disability, as she doesn't appear to look to them as there is anything wrong, i myself find these places very daunting so can u imagine how my daughter feels, i have to attend when possible with her as i have to break down the information in ways she can understand, i have been told she may be entitled to a bus pass , and do places like job centre have any real understanding of ppl with disabilities? Cause i feel as though they constantly push all time, , thankyou for reading