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Disagreeing with decision
Hi all. Ive been on dla granted for life with mobility. Ive had my pip assesment and the decision arrived today. Ive been granted my care part but not my mobility. Since the assesment im having ohysio every 2 weeks a d now theyve given me crutches to use. I have a osteo arthritis in both knees and my spine along with numbness in lower legs and was diagnosed fibromalgia in nov. I also have asthma. Im in paun co tinuosly wether sat or stood. The lady didnt listen. Recko s i can walk 50 to 200m no pain. Lol my gp would happily give me a wheelchair. My question is can i go for appeal just on ybe mobility part or will it be the whole claim and i rusk lising my care component. Any help thanks in advance
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