The “Mobility Benefit” is a collective term used for various benefits to which individuals with limited mobility may be entitled, which are aimed at helping them integrate into the community and live more independently. Each benefit has its own eligibility requirements.
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What percentage of disability must you have in order to qualify for the mobility benefit?
Hi Reva, There are various conditions of eligibility, which you can read more about here: http://www.kolzchut.org.il/en/Mobility_Benefit_Conditions_of_Eligibility.