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TOPIC: Transfer to PIP from DLA

Transfer to PIP from DLA 1 month 2 weeks ago #184359

Just wanted to let you know that I have had the dreaded brown envelope this morning detailing my transfer from DLA to PIP. I am over the moon with the result, I have received the lower rate of care and the higher rate of mobility. This is exactly what I was on before. And they have given me this 'indefinitely' which I am really shocked (but so happy) about. Thanks to your guides on how to fill in the original form and how to deal with a face to face interview I have been able to explain in great detail how my Multiple Sclerosis affects me on a daily basis in a clear and concise way. I really feel that using the correct wording and phrase-ology made a huge difference and I am so grateful. The worry is over and I can move on with my life. Thanks again.
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Transfer to PIP from DLA 1 month 2 weeks ago #184361

That's great news Nikki, I can think of no better reason for your first post on this forum. Thank you for letting us know :)
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