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rita444
rita444 Community member Posts: 31 Courageous
hi all again, I am soon going to be moving in with my daughter who is on esa support group ,pip,hb , she is single , i am single and work partime im her mum  and claime uc  for rent element but soon will not need as i m moving in with her . 
I have already been advised about other querys on recent posts by the lovley advisors on here . but now i have another question , when my daughter informes esa of the change ,that im moving in will this cause her esa to be suspended while they sort it out ,or will her esa just be adjusted has i know she will loose her sdp .
shes just a little worried has we know that if esa is supended so is housing benefit.
I thought it would have been just adjusted and she would be paid on her normal pay date .but now she is unsure.  can anyone shed light on this thanks 

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