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justg72
justg72 Community member Posts: 173 Pioneering
Hi I am now appealing with an MR letter to point out what is wrong with the report l received. I don't know where to start when questions were answered I wasn't even asked. My disability affect s me differently. I had video footage of before,during and after a tonic clonic seizure.  The assessor refused to watch the video if she had it would had answered and given different scores. My seizures and the number of I have really impact on my life as it's not under control. She has said that l am fine and have no problems. She put I can cook and use the oven and hob I would not dare this is too dangerous I could seriously burn myself. Same with the some of the other questions l can't do things consistently and safely. Would I be able to use the video as evidence in an MR appeal. My complaint about the computers been down in the assessment is been investigated as my seizure diaries have not been taken into account. When I have not had a seizure yes I can dress myself and I stated this and I am ok but when I have one it affects me for hours or all day. Any advice please?
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