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Question 14c on Pip2 form

djbasics123
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Q14c Do you use a wheelchair or similar device to move around safely, reliably and repeatedly and in a reasonable time period?

Yes No Sometimes


Please could somebody advised me on which I should tick. My partner uses a manual wheelchair which I push her in. Out of the wheelchair she can on walk a few steps without pain and fatigue. It just seems like a trick question asking if you can do it safely etc.

Thank you for any help given

  

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