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Advice from health professional page. Where have the got the information from? It's almost all false

Disorder2Disorder2 Member Posts: 16 Connected
edited April 28 in PIP, DLA and AA
Hi guys,. I’ve had my welfare officer appointment and was going throu the paperwork so I could email her some pages.  I’ve come across this page and wounded where they got there information from? 
It’s completely false apart from I work full time. 

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  • Disorder2Disorder2 Member Posts: 16 Connected
    edited April 28
    Sorry I thought I added a image


  • Tori_ScopeTori_Scope Posts: 4,033

    Scope community team

    Hi @Disorder2 :) Just to make you aware, I've blanked out some personal details from the picture you've uploaded. This is for your own safety.

    FME stands for 'further medical evidence', and MSE stands for 'mental state examination'. Which parts of the information are incorrect specifically- that you're not receiving any specialist input, and that you're medication hasn't changed? 
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  • Disorder2Disorder2 Member Posts: 16 Connected
    edited April 29
    Yes,. It’s all false.  Plus I don’t understand the sentence after stable, I’m struggling to process the wording. 

    So they never got this from my actual medical records? Or my GP?






    Because I’ve recently retained my records and they say a lot different. (Opening line from my GP Mr Disorder is struggling with day to day living!) referral letter.

    This image is my records just from 01/01/20 like hmcs requested. 

    It contradicts everything the dwp has said, this claim has cause me crippling distress and contributed enhancing my illness. All could of been avoided if my GP gave me access to what I needed 10mths ago when I asked. Or if DWP spent 15mins talking to my GP.. instead spend ££££ going to court and knocking people down. Sorry once again.  

    Sorry 
  • mikehughescqmikehughescq Member Posts: 5,989 Disability Gamechanger
    There’s a clear misunderstanding here. You’re posting part of some appeal papers. The first page is from the DWP submission i.e. the justification for the decision under appeal. This would never be couched in terms in your favour. If it were then clearly there would be nothing to appeal about.

    Nor are they saying that you lack specialist input or meds are stable. They are saying that someone sent in extra evidence but that evidence didn’t explicitly address the ISVs of specialist input so doesn’t help them change their original decision. They’re also saying the extra evidence didn’t give them anything they could explicitly link to the daily living descriptors and so they didn’t. 

    The tribunal have then adjourned to try and get some evidence to obtain some evidence and put the onus on you. They have the power to do it themselves but have been consistently advised to not exercise that power and let you put the time in. As the last lot of evidence wasn’t directed to the descriptors it’s unlikely your GP will do that. The tribunal are likely wrong to exclude themselves from the next hearing as it’s clear no evidence was heard. 

    I note that attempts to block personal information have failed. I can read the tribunal location, which is local to me, the full line up of the panel; your name and national insurance number. You may want to get Scope to remove these documents in their entirety ASAP. 
  • Tori_ScopeTori_Scope Posts: 4,033

    Scope community team

    I've gone over your redactions @Disorder2. Hopefully nothing sensitive is fully visible now. Many smart phones and tablets seem to default to a translucent pen, frustratingly.

    Has Mike's comment cleared that up for you at all? Please let us know if you have any further questions. 
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