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physiological distress anyone any good news to share on pip new ruling
hi just wandered if anyone had any good news to share on the new pip ruling for mental health and physiological stress my husband as yet to hear from them .he did start appeal process 17 mth of waiting i decided to mention it at the last appointment with his mental health doctor .he wrote a letter explaining that my husband is poorly and explained what is illness is ect. they stopped the appeal and put him on high care and high mobility when he was only receiving low care he was appealing because they even stopped is low rate care and scored him zero points .going through some old paper work to shred i came across the old decision makers letter when he was awarded the low rate care it states i do appreciate you suffer physiological stress when out on your own and medical evidence proves that but due to pip ruling im not allowed to award you any mobility points.
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