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Dealing with P.A

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beadles93
beadles93 Community member Posts: 15 Listener
Hi all having issues with my P.A team. Been caring for 8 years, now starting to move on next stage of my life with my fiance who also has cerebral palsy. So trying to take more control of things in life and around my direct payments. Finding difficult as I don't want it to end up in tribunal. I've wrote letter to one p.a outing the issues as when I try and discuss these problems, I get anxious and tongue tied. I am worried give her written letter is something she can use against me if was to go any further. 

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  • kazasid
    kazasid Community member Posts: 8 Listener
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    I can definitely see we do not want to put anything in writing because you can guarantee the state will use it against you, would it help to read the missive to your PA to avoid getting wretched?

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