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I might not to have to attend f2f?

cheryl1975
cheryl1975 Member Posts: 1 Listener
edited June 2018 in PIP, DLA, and AA
Hiya I received a letter stating if they get all info from folk involved in my care I might not to have to attend f2f. Has this happened to anyone am under mental health crisis team.
Thanks in advance

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  • aaronw3440
    aaronw3440 Member Posts: 54 Connected
    Unfortunately they'll still send you for a f2f the only time they never do is under extreme circumstances nearly everyone has to attend them even with all the evidence  wouldn't take the whole you may not need to attend one to literal as everyone gets the whole you may not need to and they'll be in contact if you do on their what to do next letter

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