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Hi I wondered if anyone has any advice on what to do next. I went for an assessment and the computers were down as I have mentioned on this site before. I have put a complaint in and asked for a copy of my assessment report. Im disgusted at all the fabrication of lies she has put in the report. She hardly asked me any questions but has answered every single one of the questions even though I wasn't asked them. She has made a lot of it up this makes me sick. How the hell do they getaway with this. The friend who came with me said he must have been in a different asassessment because half of the questions weren't asked he could nt believe what he was reading most of it lies. With the computers been down she hasn't looked at any of my evidence. She even has the cheek to comment on my seizures even though she didn't see my seizure diaries. I should have refused the assessment but I would be kicked off for that. It should nt of gne a head. It also mentioned me using Facebook and social media which I haven't used for 6 years. I wasn't asked anything about Facebook I have nothing to hide however just be aware that they are checking your name on social media sites and are using this information to their advantage. Thrown off pip even though I have severe epilepsy not under control. I suffer from depression because of temporal lobe epilepsy she said I was fine. I cried in the assessment no mention of this only how well I looked and I could do everything fine all lies again. I know you put an MR letter in but where do you think I stand with the computers been down and this affected others who were getting assessed the same time as me. Any advice would be must appreciated as im so stressed out and keep crying. Justg72
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