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PIP reassessment after 3 years.
I am presently in the ESA support group and have been foe the last 10 years. This was after being assessed by ATOS.
Since then I have not had any face to face to face assessments, but I have completed several ESA forms, one as recently as 2 months ago and only after NOT hearing from them for 7 years!
I was up until 3 and half years ago on DLA but never assessed. Until I had to transition to PIP. Again it was undertaken by ATOS and I was awarded the lower rate for mental health and physical problems.
The reason I am here is to ask for your help.
I thought the review form would be just that..but I received an appointment letter to attend a reassessment!
My condition has not changed, same medication and care needs and as answered in the review form.
Anyone had the same experience or have any knowledge as to why a review form could lead to being recalled?
Thank you for any help in advance..
Yes.. I am really worried,
But don't let that deter your honest answers!
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