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phortz96
phortz96 Community member Posts: 1 Listener
edited February 13 in PIP, DLA, and AA
Quick question regarding mobility - I have an Occupational Therapy report that states I would benefit from a walking stick with an adapted handle (I have arthritis), due to me being in pain when I walk and it becomes unbearable at around the 30m mark. I pretty much always use the stick as soon as I leave the house and only walk around the house in short bursts and rest as much as I can. I do stop a lot when walking with my stick and the journey takes ages but I can walk more than 200m even though it takes me much longer to do it.

Is this likely to score me 0 points?

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