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TOPIC: remaining in support group for 36 months

remaining in support group for 36 months 3 years 7 months ago #106530

36 months, remaining in support group, no medical :woohoo:
Thank you all much to the selfless mods who do so much to help us despite going through the same nightmare themselves. There are no words to really express my gratitude.
I treated it as I had the successful appeal for support group on transfer from ib to esa wrag and sent everything I could get to prove my meeting the support group criteria still. 77 pages of support letters and a form from my gp
all numbered and with a guide on the front showing what info was where... and despite confusion at the wording of the result letter from dwp it worked :cheer:
Last Edit: 3 years 7 months ago by bro58.
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remaining in support group for 36 months 3 years 7 months ago #106534

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lindat wrote:
36 months, remaining in support group, no medical :woohoo:
Thank you all much to the selfless mods who do so much to help us despite going through the same nightmare themselves. There are no words to really express my gratitude.
I treated it as I had the successful appeal for support group on transfer from ib to esa wrag and sent everything I could get to prove my meeting the support group criteria still. 77 pages of support letters and a form from my gp
all numbered and with a guide on the front showing what info was where... and despite confusion at the wording of the result letter from dwp it worked :cheer:

Hi l,

That is great news !!! :)

It sounds like a lot of effort was put into the ESA50, which seems to have paid off.

Thanks for the kind comments regarding all at B&W.

bro58
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remaining in support group for 36 months 3 years 7 months ago #106536

That's great news, thank you for letting us know! Hopefully, you can now relax and forget about DWP for a while :)
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