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So worried about my son's face to face for PIP

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judithsmith56
judithsmith56 Community member Posts: 1 Listener
edited March 2018 in PIP, DLA, and AA
Hi my Son is going to have a visit on Friday face to face for pip he has cerebral palsy learning difficulties hydrocephalus he has a shunt he wears to hearing aids and the mental age of an 8. Is really worried as we have a Mobility car which is a life line he uses two walking sticks and has a wheelchair the car means I can take him out to college to meet with others who have disabilities he could not use public transport as he is so unstable on his feet ido nearly everything for him but I am so worried for the face to face☹️

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