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TOPIC: PIP Success!

PIP Success! 2 years 2 months ago #130471

After applying for PIP in September 2014 and having a medical on 19th February. I've been awarded enhanced daily living until February 2019.

I'm so relieved that I can finally relax a little now knowing that I can just get on with my life with a bit of security.

I was very sceptical about paying for my membership as I did not think I'd stand a chance of getting it. All I can say is thank you to BW for the excellent guides which without I'd never have even contemplated applying for PIP.

It's a long and difficult road but don't give up! :)

PIP Success! 2 years 2 months ago #130490

Hi and welcome to the forum.

I don't know whether you realise that your real name is showing on the forum? If you wish to change your username, in order to maintain a degree of anonymity, you can do so easily by following the advice in this link.

My full name is showing, how can I stop it?


I'm so glad that you were successful in your claim for PIP. Thank you so much for letting us know, for your words of encouragement for other members and for your kind comments about B+W :)
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