I need advise when I originally started ESA my assessment was paper based due to lots of evidence re: my rape and other issues. The severity of my my situation is the same and will never change.
I have sent in detailed evidence from SLAM saying i cannot live or do things on a daily basis and need constant prompting and care and they went into great detail about my medications ptsd agoraphobia and stated i was house bound without question in there letter.
I also sent a letter from my Doctor in great detail. Both letters say i need a home visit as housebound and go into great detail.
I have an apt on the 4/02/19 which has been left open until seen these. I only managed to send SLAM letter as I had to wait for cpn to do her 2 weekly visit.
I re-sent all medical evidence yesterday just in case via email and also sent to them the evidence by recorded delivery yesterday.
How long before they contact me im so nervous. I AM A 100% housebound. I wouldnt be able to go to Assessment Centre Physically if I wanted to
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