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Work Capability Assessment @ Job centre

Barrylad1957 Member Posts: 99 Courageous
edited October 2017 in Universal Credit (UC)
Hello everyone,
As a 'new' claimant who came out of work in late 2016 and was placed on the sick in Universal Credit, I've finally got my Work Capability Assessment tomorrow. I know that my situation is very different from a lot of people who have faced the WCA as part of their move to new from legacy benefits, but, while I have a healthy level of nervousness about it, I intend to also use the experience as a 'lesson', and I'll make as full a report as possible on here on Saturday, to give any other folks who may be waiting for the assessment a general idea of what to expect. Its a total blind exercise for me, as I do not know anyone who has been assessed for the same reasons as I myself am, so it may be of some use in retrospect.
Fingers crossed, see y'all on Saturday.



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