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greenrangergreenranger Member Posts: 8 Listener
edited June 2017 in PIP, DLA and AA

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  • MatildaMatilda Member Posts: 2,616 Disability Gamechanger
    @greenranger

    I suggest that you re-post in 'Ask a benefits advisor' category for a full explanation.
  • wildlifewildlife Member Posts: 1,314 Pioneering
    edited August 2017
    @greenranger IMHO you are not overthinking this you are just being incredibly honest, but too honest for your own good. But look at it this way, you have not changed your condition in anyway, you haven't suddenly improved so that you don't need PIP anymore. All you're doing is improving your quality of life with the mobility component and paying someone to do something you cannot do yourself with the Daily Living component. This reminds me of what I have said that is so wrong with PIP that you have to be as bad as you can be to get it and remain in this state to continue to receive it. That is the idea behind your thoughts when you posted this. But ask yourself is this right? NO IT IS NOT. 
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