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Paul1969
Paul1969 Community member Posts: 5 Connected
edited February 25 in PIP, DLA, and AA
I just wanted to give everyone some positive news. I have been on the lower mobility PIP for the last few years.  Sadly last year I released that my mobility was getting worse, and affecting my job. I decided in November to apply for a change of circumstance. I was sent the forms and as part of my evidence I included my most recent Occupational health medical. At the beginning of December I received a letter from PIP saying that I had been awarded the full rate mobility and had only just missed out the Daily living by 2 points.  I was very happy but surprised as they did not contact me before hand.  
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