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Hi I recently went to a pip assessment and my report is full of lies. She’s stated I haven’t missed any hospital appointments lately due to not going out when I have actually missed 3. Also wrote my conditions down wrong and missed off medication she’s wrote the medication side effects under the wrong medication, and wrote my conditions down wrong so she clearly didn’t read my pip form or has no knowledge on my conditions . She also stated I went in the room alone and coped well she said my mother couldn’t accompany me because she had my daughter and the room weren’t big enough. It’s full of false information even writing I gained weight after my daughter was born in January this year when she was born last year and not in January lol! Pip report states no functional restrictions but my uc assessment report states significant functional restrictions in getting about and coping socially could this be used as evidence? Sorry to ramble on never applied for pip before and can’t believe all the lies. Any replies will be greatly appreciated.
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