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PIP change of circumstances

HELENBEHARALL
HELENBEHARALL Member Posts: 9 Connected
Hi I asked for a review as my condition has become worse and I have been on the standard care benefits. High mobility. I have just had my assessment at home. The assessor only stayed approximately 30min and didn't ask me to do anything and hardly asked me any questions. Is this normal. I've had several assessments before but not as brief as this one. Can anyone advise me if this is normal for a revision asked for by the person and not the PIP. Many thanks Helen 

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