Remaining politically neutral during General Election 2024


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charlotte441
charlotte441 Community member Posts: 45 Connected
Hi panel! 

I’m Charlotte Conrad. Nice to meet you all. My PIP is due to end on 10th March 2021. when should I expect to receive my renewal letter in the post? 

Also is there a good chance they could award it again? Just make it clear I ONLY HAVE PAPERBASED assessments Only” can’t go into it but I don’t have them full stop. 

Would they be able to send me a copy of my PIP2 form? It’s been a good 3 years though?

thank you all. 
Charl 
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  • woodbine
    woodbine Community member Posts: 12,083 Disability Gamechanger
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    Hi @charlotte441 you have had some good advice on your other two threads nothing I can add here, except that non of us know what chance you have and it's not possible to demand that you only have paperbased assessments.
    HTH

    2024 Election won

  • charlotte441
    charlotte441 Community member Posts: 45 Connected
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    @woodbine I don’t go to assessments full stop. it’s nothing to do with “demand” I’m a danger to myself and others. so don’t go to any. everything gets done paper based that’s all. I think I will get it again as I’m legally entitled to it. if not more. but thanks 
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