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PIP advice.

bracabraca Posts: 85 Member
edited February 2019 in PIP, DLA and AA
Glad I found this Scope as the site has loads of information regarding benefits and help with my own conditions. what I have found is some members have very Liberal views between claimants DWP and assessment providers as I found with my recent postings for ongoing PIP claim. 


  • michfinchmichfinch Member Posts: 173 Pioneering
    Me too. Had another PIP Assessment today - tailored, I felt, properly towards my mental disability rather than a physical disability.
  • Adam_AlumniAdam_Alumni Scope alumni Posts: 164 Pioneering

    Hi @braca

    I am glad you found Scope's information useful. Is there anything else that we can help you with?

    Let us know.

  • wilkowilko Member Posts: 2,284 Disability Gamechanger
     @ braca, Hello and welcome, we the posters have to remember that the readers of our posts are claimants them selves and are perhaps posting feelings thoughts that they themselves have exspearenced, seen or heard of have witenesed their selves during their daily lives myself inclusive. I have and do post at times things as I see them from personal exspence and have fern wondered how they got their claim awarded either PIP, Blue Badge ect. Knowing their personal circumstances. It is by talking, sharing we gain knowledge about the benefits claiming system and of each other’s varied and far ranging health conditions and disabilities. So if reading a post annoys you or upsets you try to remember it’s that’s persons view or perspective on the post
  • kasskass Member Posts: 65 Connected
    I got pip In 2016 till may this year I have had no letters yet as it runs out in a few month should I ring them or leave it for abit long any advice please 

    Thank You 

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