Disability Care Allowance is a UK non-contributory benefit. It is payable to disabled members of the family who are cared for for more that 35 hours per week and for more six months. It was introduced as Invalid Care Allowance in 1976; later this year it was extended to include care recipients of all ages In home care services Melbourne. Anybody can be a beneficiary, regardless of whether they have a disability or a physical one. It could also be a parent or partner, a child, grandparent, or any other relative.