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Based on the Balance of Probability, he can...... 1 month 3 weeks ago #261918

‘He has no specialist input’ is another stock phrase… In my PIP renewal this time I sent them copies of all MH related stuff since year dot… If your client has a history of support it shows longevity.. GP notes are useful for this. Also any ‘diagnosis’ of dyscalculia … in fact any ASC related stuff will be useful… spell it all out to them in words of one syllable x
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Based on the Balance of Probability, he can...... 1 month 3 weeks ago #261932

He as no specialist imput.

Yes, that's a familiar one, too.

Also when taking multiple medications, it seems the more drugs you are taking the better your condition is managed and under control. Which is followed by a back slapping comment addressed to the claimant for coping so well.

They can be very compimentary sometimes.

Not.

Disgusted,

Phrank.

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