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Husband received Decision Letter today

DuffersMum
DuffersMum Member Posts: 196 Pioneering
Just a quick update on my husband’s claim, he was on standard care and enhanced mobility.  He had a home assessment early January and requested a copy of his report the week after, when it arrived it was a proper truthful written account of his assessment.

He has now been awarded Enhanced Care and kept Enhanced Mobility for an ongoing period, with no review date/timescale mentioned.

He is obviously very pleased with the outcome.  He is not due his state pension until the end of this year so we thought they may have put a review date in for a year or so, but thankfully they haven’t.  

The whole experience for him was a good one, which makes up for the dreadful one I had and proves to me that it all depends on the assessor, his was lovely, mine was awful..the decisions speak for themselves.

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