Pip reviw

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ella1992
ella1992 Community member Posts: 209 Contributor
Hi so my pip runs out 2023 May just got reviw fourm I feel so sick 😫  iv had my pip since 2019 theyv giving me till 12april to send it back that's not very long at all il need at least untill may to gey my information my ainexty is 10 now :( any advice how fil this fourm out I can't gey hold of my support work 

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  • chiarieds
    chiarieds Community member Posts: 16,151 Championing
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    Hi @ella1992 - You should fill out the much shorter review form with as much detail as if it was your original claim, so add extra pages at the end ensuring you put your name & National Insurance number on these additional pages.
    So, you should give a couple of recent, detailed examples as to the difficulty you face for each applicable descriptor, i.e. when did it happen, where, what happened, did anyone see this, & were there any consequences to attempting/doing an activity?
    Say if you can't do an activity 'reliably,' i.e. safely, to an acceptable standard, repeat as often as one would reasonably expect, or if it takes you much longer than someone without a disability.
    You can also ring the PIP enquiry line on 0800 121 4433 to ask for extra time to complete the form, & you will be given another 2 weeks without question. Get a free Certificate of Posting from your Post Office when sending the form off.


  • ella1992
    ella1992 Community member Posts: 209 Contributor
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    Thank u my worker is collecting it Monday she gonna fill fourm with me over the phone Wednesday I'm truing to ring pip iv been on phone for 40mins oready it's ridiculous how long are assmeants wen thru gey the fourms 
  • chiarieds
    chiarieds Community member Posts: 16,151 Championing
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    I hope you've managed to get through on the phone. it's good you're getting help with completing your review form from your support worker. Perhaps try to keep a diary before Wednesday to help with giving those detailed examples of the problems you face the majority of the time for the activities/descriptors that are applicable to yourself.
    It may take some time to get an assessment which most people have, as first time claims are being prioritised. Your PIP will continue to be paid in the meanwhile.