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My son and PIP
Hi i have a 21 year old son he has autistic spectrum dissorder adhd aspergers he sufders wjth mental health problems such as fears and phobias fears of knives anythin sharp hot hit water cookers everything dangerous im going througb an appeal now however i have applied ti the court yesterday for the appeal the assessor did not assess my son properly and lied on things aswell after we asked for the full copy of the assessment she did online we were shocked she said she assessed hnm walking with normal gait he was sitting down when came and was sitting when he left . Said he had god cognition because he did his gcses he never took gcse he did city and guilds and aload of other rubish that thankfully we can back with evidence but my son didnt recieve any points and he cant cook for himself .either i cant wair for this face to face hearing as im going all the way . I reported the assessor to.capita horrible i know but if they have done wrong they need to know .
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