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Temporary absence

hass
hass Member Posts: 137 Courageous
Hi all
Hope your well? 
I need assistance I've been advised by my 
Gp to temporary register with gp  in the area I'm in since lockdown. As I could not survive in my flat in London due to harassment. 
I'm concerned about my ESA if I do this. 
As I worried about Gp  in London mentioning this report. 
I do have a Sociolotor but she is not sympathetic 
Pls help I've really had enough of everything. 
It's very hard living with parents especially my mum. 

Comments

  • janer1967
    janer1967 Member Posts: 16,473 Disability Gamechanger
    Hi 

    You should inform DWP of any change of address I know this is temp but it could affect your claim especially if you are living with people as opposed to single claim 

    Changing gp will not affect anything but again I would report it 

    Before you do anything I would get expert advice from CAB or welfare rights 

    I understand it can be difficult living with parents again but be grateful they are around and you have family support 

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