Remaining politically neutral during General Election 2024


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Recent PIP interview question - who monitors your CP?

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helpathand
helpathand Community member Posts: 17 Connected
edited January 2018 in Cerebral palsy
Am I out of touch? Migrating from DLA higher rate to PIP the interviewer asked who monitors my cerebral palsy? I do not think in my 62 years anyone was ever designated to do this - symptoms get referred to whoever may best help. Has anyone else ever been "Monitored?"

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