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TOPIC: PIP Appeal

PIP Appeal 1 month 1 week ago #227526

First of all, thank you so much for the notes on completing a review form. It's taken me weeks to be able to face it and if I hadn't read the notes it wouldn't have been anywhere near as complete. I wrote out what I considered to be the best argument for my case and then I went through the notes and boy did I leave a lot out! I've now quoted all the gibberish on the assessment, like - "and do shopping on line so don’t need to worry to need to sit it all and have all it and have own control of the finances and not having any help" - and there were a hell of a lot of those!! My favourite being - “Although she was unable to get her right hand behind her lower back in the MSO, However she was observed putting her right hand behind her back when getting on and off the toilet” !!! But on a more serious note, I was able to correctly handle the fact that he had missed off 3 of my conditions which are severe and had even got my prescription drugs wrong amongst other things. The suggested texts were just brilliant.
I did mine online because I'm not good at people so now all I have to do is wait and see.

PIP Appeal 1 month 1 week ago #227538

Nikki wrote: Although she was unable to get her right hand behind her lower back in the MSO, However she was observed putting her right hand behind her back when getting on and off the toilet


That really is an assessor going above and beyond. :)

Gordon

PIP Appeal 1 month 1 week ago #227553

:laugh: it gave me a good laugh that's for sure....
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