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Pip reassessment worries
Hi everyone i dont come on here often because i steuggle with my depression and other health problems but i just need someone to chat too if ok i was awarded pip high rate of both but i had to go to see the pip people in November after being on it for two years i was awarded 3 years they took me off high rate mobility but kep me in high rate care they said the reason was down to my depression i was took off high mobility because even though how bad i was with it i could still go to hospital appointments and doctors appointments so i could plan a journey i carnt as i told them my partner takes me everywhere and there are many times appointments are cancelled because of the way my depression affects me and also the physical pain im in i let it go because i just could not cope with appealing a letter arrived and said they had awarded me ongoing on both i spoke to someone from pip he told me there had been a clerical midtake i had been awarded it for three years until 2021 so will be called in again next year why do they do tjis first they take away part of my mobility payment then send letter which is not correct my head at moment just feels like it catnt take much more sorry going on x
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