SOR and aPaper Based Assessment
I expect my friends brown envelope to drop through the letterbox any day now.
Her assessment for the DLA to PIP change was paper based and from all that I’ve read we’ll probably want to look closely at some descriptors and how they were scored, especially mobility, before deciding if it is worth going for a MR (her condition is bipolar 1)
Considering it was a paper based assessmen can you tell me what we should ask for and what we don’t need to ask for? Any templates you can point me to?
As always many thanks
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