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Hello I'm new to this' here goes anyways recently my partner went for a pip assessment'she's diabetic' epileptic 'had triple bypass surgery and as a blockage on her brain that's inoperable and will eventually lead to a massive stroke and she has T.I.A s (mini strokes) all the time'she cannot walk unaided and is ill every day' she got her pip decision a couple of weeks ago' she got 2 points for care comment and nil for mobility'she was devastated'she was on high mobility and middle care'this is disgraceful' there is no way in this world she read any evidence provided off neurologist specialist and all other specialists' she' put in for a mandatory reconsiderattioan' but I thought people with medical knowledge would assess this' but no 'it's just another D.W.P worker with no medical knowledge whatsoever'so she is not hopeful of a decision being overturned at that stage and to wait for a tribunal appeal' which is going to take 12 months'so she going to be without all that money for that long
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