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Asking for a home visit

Vikki1968
Vikki1968 Member Posts: 1 Listener
edited June 2018 in PIP, DLA, and AA
Hi my name is Victoria iv an appointment on the 11th of this month at 9.00am with pip is it possible to ask for a home visit?  as I asked for one in the form?  
Thank you for your time and help 
Ms Victoria Taylor 

Comments

  • aaronw3440
    aaronw3440 Member Posts: 54 Connected
    You'll need a doctor's letter explaining why you need a home visit and unless the centre is in your hometown home visits aren't just given as the first option and some times they would rather see you in the centre than at home so they can choose to ignore the doctors letter 
  • aaronw3440
    aaronw3440 Member Posts: 54 Connected
    Also make sure you'e got all your evidence from doctors ,  therapists specialists including a couple of family statements that know you well and know how well the condition affects you as dwp won't get the evidence from anyone only what you supply even though their guidelines say not to pay any fees for evidence as they'll get it truth is they won't get the evidence or contact anyone they tell you not to pay fees just so they can pretty much call you a liar and reject the claim

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