💜🏴I am a fibro warrior !💜♏️
I would seek advice from cab or welfare rights, good luck
Being nervous in my interview
and looking at it in entirety I feel that I may not have given
sufficient emphasis to the safety aspect of my mobility allowance
application. You will see that the geography of the area where I live
and that I can not drive determines that to reach the local station I
have to walk up a steep hill and then along an unpaved busy road which
is also unlit at night. To reach the bus stop or use local shops in the
day I have to either use this same road or an uneven footpath with
stiles and an unmanned open railway crossing. This makes walking locally
dangerous for me and I wish to live as independently as possible and
not to have to ask people to give me lifts in their cars which severely
restricts where I can go; additionally the availability of this option
has declined sharply.
I would be grateful if you would kindly reconsider your decision taking these factors into account.
What do you think?
Before you had your acessment did you do a self test to see if you fitted the PIP descriptors? If you are mobile for most of the time using aids or not and can walk the prescribed distances in the PIP acessment than you will not and should not be awarded a mobility allowances.