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Hi, my name is doppydazz_2021! I'm struggling to understand some of the questions on PIP review form

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doppydazz_2021
doppydazz_2021 Community member Posts: 1 Listener
edited May 2021 in PIP, DLA, and AA
Hi guys and girls i have joined the site as I need some help with the new review from I have received for PIP 
It asked if anything has changed since I started my claim back in 2017 and I can't get my head round the questions for example.

Question 2 Eating and Drinking 
TELL US IF SOMETHING HAS CHANGED AND APPROXIMATLY WHEN.
Do I answer it 
Nothing has changed with my eating or drinking its the same as it was when I started my claim .
Or do I have to answer it with my original answer I put on the form in 2017 and then tell them if anything is different I can't get my head round the wording of it 
Then it goes on to ask on the next part 
TELL US HOW YOU MANAGE THIS ACTIVITY NOW 
then it goon to ask ME 
TELL US ABOUT ANY CHANGED TO THE HELP YOU NEED OR THE HELP YOU GET FROM ANOTHER PERSON ?? 
I CANT FIGURE IT OUT PLEASE CAN SOMEONE PLEASE ME and tell me what I need to to put on it thanks 

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  • janer1967
    janer1967 Community member Posts: 21,964 Disability Gamechanger
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    Hi there 

    You need to just answer the questions treat if as a new claim 

    You need to give 2 real examples of what happens when you try and do activity in the 2nd bit and any consequences eg pain,  fatigue   accidents 

    The 3rd bit put any aids any support any prompting etc 

    Have a look in our pip section lots there to help 
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