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TOPIC: incapacity to esa

incapacity to esa 4 years 11 months ago #82510

HI There Everybody.
Just recieved a phone call.it was from the dwp,my heart was in my mouth,but low and behold the lade said she was ring ing to tell me i was now in the support group with no medical to go through,what a relief,and thanks to you all for your help I dont think I could have done it without the help from this site.perhaps now I can get on with my life without fear of brown envelopes and such like.thanks again
mike
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Re:incapacity to esa 4 years 11 months ago #82519

Well done Michael and thanks for letting us know.

Derek
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Re:incapacity to esa 4 years 11 months ago #82520

No Problem Derek
Thanks again,I still can't believe it
cheers
mike
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Re:incapacity to esa 4 years 11 months ago #82781

I also went from incapacity to esa, after filling in the form with the help of Benefits and Work guidence, and i'm now in the support group. I've began having support meetings with very understanding staff, which has helped me quash my fears of what i thought might have been a negative experience. But, alas, so far,i'm thinking it may benefit me in the future, with helping me with C.V's and keeping me in touch with what is 'going on'. They proved to be very helpful and empathetic to my condition(M S).I now understand that I will not be forced into employment and feel I am being listened to at this stage.
Last Edit: 4 years 11 months ago by Mrs Hurtyback.
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Re:incapacity to esa 4 years 11 months ago #82786

Hi Tina, it seems that you are using you real name to log in. You might like to read this

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I am glad that the process was less traumatic than you had feared, thanks for letting us know.
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