Parents, carers and disabled parents
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sylvfbsylvfb Member Posts: 4 Listener
Ive been my daughters carer for over 10 years Shes 36.At the last ESA ASSESSMENT they asked if I was an appointee .First Id heard of it I spoke to someone at GPs office they said to apply for Power of Attorney .I do everything for her .Feel as though they didnt listen to me My daughter has always given permission to answer for her both medically and financiallyShe has a building society account pass book Si everything taken out is doc umented.She dies not drive She does not have a passport.Feel as a carer not trusted


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