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mr sent decidable for assasement

bi786
bi786 Member Posts: 57 Connected
Hello I did mr as I was awarded 0 points  so DWP have sent the evidence for mr for reassessment when I called DWP for decisions they Said evidence was sent for reassessment so the report came back when I called DWP for decision they said still waiting for decision an I asked the copy of report  I recievecd  shows looking at all points and calculating it shows I get 8 points for standard living what happens next plz 


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  • poppy123456
    poppy123456 Member Posts: 28,573 Disability Gamechanger
    Hi,

    You'll need to wait for the decision but they usually go with the report. When the decision is made, if you're still not happy then it's Tribunal for your next step.
  • twonker
    twonker Posts: 617 Connected
    bi786 said:
    Hello I did mr as I was awarded 0 points  so DWP have sent the evidence for mr for reassessment when I called DWP for decisions they Said evidence was sent for reassessment so the report came back when I called DWP for decision they said still waiting for decision an I asked the copy of report  I recievecd  shows looking at all points and calculating it shows I get 8 points for standard living what happens next plz 
    Congrats!! based on what you have said you have won a PIP prize! - Standard Rate for the Care element worth £57.30 a week!
  • bi786
    bi786 Member Posts: 57 Connected
    Sorry just seen also awarded 8 points mobility
    what does this mean even tho the points counted up show 8 points  for mobility 8 for standard care 

    as there are no functional restrictions affecting the mobility activities identified in this report commenting on how long they have been present is not applicable 

    as there are no functional restrictions affecting the mobility activities identified in this report commenting on how long they remain is not applicable 
  • bi786
    bi786 Member Posts: 57 Connected
    Im confused on as there are no functional restrictions affecting the mobility activities identified in this report commenting on how long they have been present is not applicable 

    as there are no functional restrictions affecting the mobility activities identified in this report commenting on how long they remain is not applicable 

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