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TOPIC: PIP review

PIP review 6 months 1 week ago #221058

Hi my pip award is until October 2019 with a review from this October.I currently have an award for enhanced care and 10 points for mobility. My main condition and still is M.E. i also have glaucoma, diabetic (insulin dependant) nuropathy in my feet, severe dumping syndrome following surgery
I have received my forms and they go along the lines of asking if things are better or worse.
Am I to take it that they use the information from my previous claim and just adjust if anything is better or worse.
I now have a diagnosis of C.O.P.D as well as a neurological disorder . In the additional information i have given details of this and examples of how it affects me. my foot nurothapy is so bad that I am in increasing pain and it is making it more difficult to walk than when I submitted my last claim..

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PIP review 6 months 1 week ago #221085


Yes, the intention of the AR1 Review form is for it to be used in conjunction with your previous PIP2 and any information that you attached to it.

Our PIP Claim guide has a section on completing the AR1.

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