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My son had his f2f at home on Monday , they offered home visit never requested it , not moaning about that as he would have gone mad going to a assessment centre as would be very anxious, anyway the assessor arrived and was very nice , she could see my son was anxious and said she would chat to me and not my son , he went into his bedroom , she chatted about the form I completed and left , I was very shocked as I had read that all assessors chat to the claimant and don’t like anyone else talking , just wondered if anyone else had this experience, I’m pleasantly surprised if I’m honest , I know this don’t mean it will be a great outcome , or is it some kind of trick ? Bit confused
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