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Does having enhanced rate mobility PIP help LCWRA application

SCG2812 Community member Posts: 6 Listener
I have arthritis in my spine and depression/anxiety since my husband passed away last year .

I had asked to go part time at work and was refused. I then asked to have an adjustment put in place to work only from home but after a couple of weeks of many conversations I was told it didn't fit business requirements. 

Since then I have had my anti depressants increased, am on max dose of painkillers and have recently been put on a new medication that is making me very drowsy and forgetful so I've been signed off sick since late October

I have applied for UC as my company sick pay will run put this month and have been sent the LCWRA form.

Can I ask if it would help my LCWRA application if I sent my PIP award as I receive enhanced mobility for the distance I can walk



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