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TOPIC: Great News For ESA

Great News For ESA 1 month 4 weeks ago #237320

My Wife Got A ESA 50 form back in march. We filled it out and supplied loads of extra pages of how her conditions affect her and with all the doctors printouts we sent it off. in august the sent her for an assessment F2F. the woman that did the assessment was really nice and the first thing she said to my wife when I pushed her in the room in her wheelchair was I don't know why they have sent you to me because I now know what is wrong with you and there is no way should they refuse you the support group. she asked my wife a few questions and said I wont ask you to get on the examination couch because I dont want to cause you any more pain than you are already in. after 20 mins as we were leaving she said to my wife . i hope this should be that for a few more years.. anyway moving on.. this morning got the brown letter and no change. she stays in support group no period mentioned. so I phoned dwp and asked for assessors report. this is such great news and now my wifes stress levels can go back to normal finally.

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That's great firs post, well done and congratulations.

ESA is an indefinite award so the Decision Letters do not have an award length, you can find out when she will be reassessed by contacting the DWP, the date should be on her computer record.

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