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Hi, my name is woolywonder!

woolywonder Community member Posts: 21 Listener
I'm in Shropshire and have significant disability. Back in my other life I was a pip assessor so if I can help anyone get intouch 


  • Cher_Alumni
    Cher_Alumni Scope alumni Posts: 5,741 Disability Gamechanger
    Hi @woolywonder and welcome to our online community, how's your weekend going?

    Ah, it's interesting to hear you used to be a PIP assessor. How did you find that job? Difficult I'd imagine?

    And although it's lovely of you to offer your advice, as we can't reliably vouch for your past career then we'd recommend members speak with a welfare representative where possible. To emphasise, this isn't to dismiss your expertise(!) but just to protect our members' best interests.

    I'm sorry to hear you're living with a health condition, are you getting enough support with managing it? I hope so.

    Please do familiarise yourself with our community, and it's great to meet you :)
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