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TOPIC: Esa home reassessment

Esa home reassessment 3 months 5 days ago #227550

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The Descriptor is explained in detail in the ESA Claims on Physical Grounds.

8. Absence or loss of control whilst conscious leading to extensive evacuation of the bowel and/or bladder, other than enuresis (bed-wetting), despite the wearing or use of any aids or adaptations which are normally, or could reasonably be, worn or used.

At least once a week experiences
(i) loss of control leading to extensive evacuation of the bowel and/or voiding of the bladder;
or
(ii) substantial leakage of the contents of a collecting device;
sufficient to require cleaning and a change in clothing.

Breaking it down;

- absence or loss of control whilst conscious
- leading to extensive evacuation of the bowel and/or bladder, other than enuresis (bed-wetting)
- despite the wearing or use of any aids or adaptations which are normally, or could reasonably be, worn or used.
- at least once a week
- sufficient to require cleaning and a change in clothing.

You need to meet all of these.

Gordon

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Esa home reassessment 3 months 5 days ago #227552

Thank you I meet all of Those you have been very helpful and you should be very proud of yourself helping vunrable people like me take care

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