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Refused home visit by local c..a.b when medical evidence disabilities ground I meet

o5jessicao5jessica Member Posts: 42 Connected
Anyone else experience rejected home visits

Again since dwp pip my experience blocked to this too by not offer pm pip assessment since blicb 
My dla
Fromer social worker
Before she left her job
Was making calls helpful.
Since not offer replacement till now,
I again experience externally overwhelming psychology distress caused again adult health care employees them now too
Local c.a.b staff manger .

My previous email explain I'm unable since last time I was able to travel my wheelchair to local lixaloca.
Now wrosen joint complexity disability
. manger refused claim not enough staff ,then adult Safe guarding claim?
 
I'm put at disadvantage not offer support offer my area, same  I need extra help not fit in box ,

Same with equally act breach already by capita buness services limited my right to disablitdisa reasonable adjustments pm home in. Never offered .
Dispite medical evidence and asddiaddit information medical evidence go reports too

I like to know how advice core services delivery in local advice services like c.a.b. able to reject my request  ?

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  • poppy123456poppy123456 Member Posts: 22,218 Disability Gamechanger
    I think it's very rare that CAB will do home visits these days because they most likely don't have the funding anymore. Not sure about any other advice centre like welfare rights or a law centre.

    Do you have a support worker that can take you? Or a family member or maybe even a friend?
    Proud winner of the 2019 empowering others award. This award was given for supporting disabled people and their families for the benefit advice I have given to members here on the community.
  • YadnadYadnad Posts: 2,856 Member
    edited November 2018
    You have to remember that like most welfare organisations they are run as a charity and with that in mind try to see as many people as possible.
    Doing home visits would mean taking time away from seeing many others.
    They are stretched to the limit.

    You are lucky in a way in that you have a local CAB. Many areas have no one to turn to. My opinion of the CAB is poor. The only time I asked for help was ignored and nobody got back to me - that was in 2013, so still waiting 5 years later!

    Unfortunately that is how it is for many - they have to struggle through on their own not really knowing if they are doing the right thing or not.

    As for having a home assessment for PIP, again you do really have to be in a serious position to be offered one. All three of mine were at assessment centres which was a complete nightmare.
    But that is how it is unfortunately.

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