Rhondda AM Leanne Wood has called upon the Labour Government to move fast to ensure that disabled people are not left out of pocket.
The Plaid Cymru Shadow Minister for Social Justice and Housing called upon Ministers to match words with deeds after they performed a U-turn on reinstating in all but name the Welsh Independent Living Fund last months after months of pressure.
Julie Morgan, the deputy minister for health and social services, wrote to local authorities to ask for a halt to the closure programme for the Welsh Independent Living Fund and its replacement with a system of council-funded support.
There will now be new assessments for former recipients with a view to new support packages allocated by their local council.
In a letter to Julie Morgan, Ms Wood called for a “clear timetable” to restore financial support for disabled people living at home.
Leanne wrote: “I am writing to you following last month’s announcement that an independent social work assessment will be offered to all former Independent Living Fund recipients who are unhappy with their new care and support package.
“You also committed to providing additional funding for councils to fund independence assessments and any additional care hours that may result from these assessments.
“I appreciate that we are only a month on from this welcome statement in the Welsh Parliament but the reality is that people are continuing to struggle without adequate support.
“A clear timetable for carrying out these assessments and restoring the financial packages for disabled people is required as a matter of expediency to provide clarity and hope for people in need of extra support.
“On behalf of disabled people and their families, can the Welsh Government provide that timetable as soon as possible please?”