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Pip assessment f2f

CARL58
CARL58 Member Posts: 178 Courageous
hi I'm disgusted CARL58 has to go for a pip f2f assessment early June,even with a GPS letter stating a home visit, they've ignored the GPS request even me speaking to them,a very abrupt ignorant women on the phone,Jen

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  • CockneyRebel
    CockneyRebel Member Posts: 5,216 Disability Gamechanger
    Hi Jen

    So sorry to hear this. GP letters need to be very specfic as to why a claimant cannot attend, just a request will not usually be taken notice of
    Be all you can be, make  every day count. Namaste
  • CARL58
    CARL58 Member Posts: 178 Courageous
    @CockneyRebel hi it was she had gone into great detail,as he's not stable I darent tell him yet.it will send him right over the edge.hope your well jen
  • poppy123456
    poppy123456 Member Posts: 28,475 Disability Gamechanger
    On the PIP assessment form was there any indications that he has violent behaviour? or was there anything in the evidence you sent to suggest any of this? If there was then they will not do a home visit because of this reason.

    If this isn't correct and his GP is supportive, which is seems like she is then ask her to ring the health assessment providers.
  • CARL58
    CARL58 Member Posts: 178 Courageous
    @poppy123456 hi there was because it's the truth he gets frequent,out burst's of verbal & aggressive behaviour towards men.due to his past, suffers androphobia ( fear of men) which he can't control I have requested a female assessor but I can't guarantee his behaviour even them due to being strangers, he's very vunerable,just getting him there he'll be a mess.jen

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