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Limited capability and uni
hello I am currently in a refuge for domestic violence I’m applying for both pip and work capability I have the opportunity to go back to do a course although it’s a full time course technically I will only be doing it online and will have no assessments and it will be 95% on zoom I really need my benefits to get my rent allowance ya see as my ex partner is extremely dangerous so supported accommodation would really be needed when finishing my application for the work capability I won’t mention uni until I’m sure I’m doing it as much a I love my safety I want to better myself in education but I need proper safety levels and paying for supported accommodation is difficult has anyone any suggestions on what to do I personally know a few people who work on limited capability and who study and I have 6 different learning and mental disorders which I made clear and have hospital admission evidence etc please if anyone could help ? Thank you
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