Hello @edwards123 Pleased to meet you welcome.
Thank you for joining and sharing.
Sorry to hear this has happened. I know this is a difficult time.
I am one of the team of community champions. We guide, advise and help new members who join the forum.
Please can I suggest that you consider getting some intervention with your appeal.
I have mental health issues my self and have had to contact some additional support for my benefit situation.
I used a mental health charity. Which helped me with not only assessments but looking at my benefit situation. Also my mental health and wellbeing.
Had assessments with floating support in attendance did help.
To reassure you.
Please can add we do have Mental Health Officer on the Scope Team as well.
Tagged him in. @MickConnon . Hopefully he can give more advice and support.
You have come to the right place. For support, advice and information.
Please take care.
Hello @edwards123 Thank you for reply. One of the big problems is the confusion and complexities of benefits.
Every thing around it. One of the organisations you could contact is CAB. Another suggestion. Having some one face to face talking to you can be useful.
One of the other reasons suggested mental health charity. Understand go all the support and care. Your daughter has .
Sometimes just because has that. Does not mean has to accept what is available.
Every one is entitled to good mental health and care.
Many charities have in house welfare support. Often advisors or specific members of staff to give your daughter the opportunities to deal with her situation. Signposting just some ideas and suggestions.
Coping methods and strategies.
This is something I had to do with my own personal circumstances.
Hopefully our staff member @MickConnon_Scope can give a lot of reassurance. Be able to give any answers you have.
Wish you well.
Pleasure to meet you.