Yesterday, we posted Broken of Britain's response to the DLA reform consultation, and today I am going to try to read the government's consultation document itself.
Other disability blogs and websites have already done some great posts on this subject, and I wanted to draw attention to some of what is being said around the interwebz on the reform proposals.
Fighting Monsters writes From DLA to PIP - a consultation begins.
Arbitrary Constant writes DLA Reform Consultation: Great Expectations, Worst Apprehensions.
communitycare.co.uk write DLA claimants to miss out in benefits shake-up.
Disability Alliance write Government announces cuts to disabled people's support as "new test".
Left Foot Forward writes Supporting Disabled People Not Sustainable says Coalition.
Disabled People Against Cuts have a cartoon entitled Don't worry when we want your opinion we'll tell you what it is.
I don't know whether I'll be able to make my way through reading the consultation document myself without breaking things and / or having a complete meltdown, but if I do I will try to summarise it in a blog post when I have.
(cross-posted at incurable hippie blog)