Do You Qualify For A SASSA Grant-In-Aid?

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If you are receiving a SASSA grant, but are not able to look after yourself, then you may qualify for a grant-in-aid.


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If you are receiving a SASSA grant, but are not able to look after yourself, then you may qualify for a grant-in-aid. 
The SASSA grant in aid is meant for people who are currently receiving a disability, war veterans or an older persons grant. The grant in aid allows you to pay the person who is looking after you. 
You must not be able to look after yourself, in addition to being a recipient of one the grants listed above. The grant is worth R460 per month. 
To qualify for the SASSA disability grant, applicants must…

be a South African citizen 
have a medical certificate proving that you need full time care
not be cared for in a care institution that receives a subsidy from the government for your care or housing
Must be the recipient of either a disability grant, war veterans grant or a older persons grant

You will require the following documents when applying 

Your Identification document 
Your spouse’s Identification document 
Medical report showing that you need full time care 

You can apply at any one of the SASSA offices in South Africa. The grant will be reviewed on a monthly basis. 
For more information, you can call SASSA’s toll free line on 0800 60 10 11 or email: SASSA at [email protected]

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