You will have to report a change in circumstances and have another F2F assessment, give supply evidence to support your application in relation to the PIP descriptiors.
However, I believe the HCP must have some general guidance to refer to from the decision letter I received, which roughly stated that the difficulties I faced were 'consistent' with my diagnosis, & also see section 2.1.3 in the following link, which states, '.....the HP should use their
specific knowledge of the health condition or impairment as a measure of
the level of disability that would be expected from the claimant's
condition.....' See: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/personal-independence-payment-assessment-guide-for-assessment-providers/pip-assessment-guide-part-2-the-assessment-criteria
Hi @justdon ...it could only happen to you!! Seriously 'tho, I'm very sorry to read this. However, I'd check, I 'think' Poppy has previously stated evidence needed to be received by the court 10 days before a tribunal. Anyway, I'd err on the side of caution. Remember to put your NI number on each page & send recorded delivery.