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bi786
bi786 Member Posts: 57 Connected
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 

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  • bi786
    bi786 Member Posts: 57 Connected
    Sorry report says 

    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 

    What does this mean 
  • bi786
    bi786 Member Posts: 57 Connected
    It’s written after the mobility part section just below it
  • poppy123456
    poppy123456 Member Posts: 28,369 Disability Gamechanger
    Which part of the mobility are the points recommended for, is it following and planning a journey? or moving around?
  • bi786
    bi786 Member Posts: 57 Connected
    Moving around I got 8 points shows on report
  • poppy123456
    poppy123456 Member Posts: 28,369 Disability Gamechanger
    That's the box where the HCP has to write a justification for the descriptor choice. As there's a recommendation for 8 points then the box should not be ticked. Underneath that there should be reasons why that descriptor has been recommended.
  • twonker
    twonker Posts: 617 Connected
    ...but the poster has it on their report that the assessor found no functional restrictions affecting the mobility activities.

    Maybe a case of the left hand no knowing what the right hand is doing? Mind you this is typical of such a report - complete nonsense.

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