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pip paid too much? 5 months 1 week ago #237360

Many apologies to anyone who has taken the trouble to think about my last message. I have just re read page 59 of your advice booklet and my relative is covered by at least 4 of the points, mostly to do with aggressive behaviour for which there is ample evidence that he cannot control. I had forgotten that the question was about journeys not actual mobility. As I said, I really can't remember what I wrote but there was plenty in the "mixing with other people" section about this so I now feel it is all ok. Learning curve - photocopy everything - memory is not to be relied on!

So now, a huge, huge thank you to this site and the lovely people who run it. I would have been totally at sea without it. And it is interesting how difficult it is to accept good news - PIP shock seems to be common.! Thank you, thank you.
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