Scope community team
You’ll normally get the assessment rate for 13 weeks after your claim. This will be:
After that, if you’re entitled to ESA, you’ll be placed in one of 2 groups and will receive:
You might get more ESA in the work-related activity group if you applied before 3 April 2017.
If you’re in the support group and on income-related ESA, you’re also entitled to the enhanced disability premium at £15.90 a week.
You may also qualify for the severe disability premium at £62.45 per week.
If the assessment takes longer than 13 weeks your benefit will be backdated to the 14th week of the claim.
I also had a look about getting incontinence products and found this on the NHS site:
You can get advice about your condition from:
You may be able to book an appointment at an NHS continence service without a referral from your GP.
Once you've been assessed, the healthcare professionals treating you will say which incontinence products are available on the NHS. Your local CCG may have criteria that you need to meet – for example, products may only be available for people with severe or long-term incontinence and you may be limited to a certain number of products per day.
If you request more incontinence products, you will be reassessed to check if this is necessary, and if so more products should be offered.
If this doesn't happen, or if you have any concerns, tell the healthcare professionals treating you. You can also seek advice from the Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS).