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TOPIC: PIP Review advice needed

PIP Review advice needed 1 year 1 month ago #204259

My husband hasn’t received a review form to complete. His pip runs out in 12 months. Any advice would be appreciated. He has standard care and enhanced mobility and a,though his health has deteriorated I’m worried about filling this form in and then losing the benefit. Any help would be appreciated.

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PIP Review advice needed 1 year 1 month ago #204275

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Debbie16 wrote: My husband hasn’t received a review form to complete. His pip runs out in 12 months. Any advice would be appreciated. He has standard care and enhanced mobility and a,though his health has deteriorated I’m worried about filling this form in and then losing the benefit. Any help would be appreciated.


I would give it to the end of the month, it's possible that the delays of Xmas are still effecting processes. There's no reason to be concerned at the moment, a reassessment should not take more than 16 weeks to complete.

The PIP Claim guide explains the reassessment process and how to complete the AR1 review form.

www.benefitsandwork.co.uk/help-for-claimants/pip

Gordon

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