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Pip text messages confused

Sammie74
Sammie74 Member Posts: 28 Listener
Hi I sent off my pip form in June phoned them 2 times since asking the progress they were as helpful as they could be now this morning had message saying its been to assessors now going to dwp so get a reply with. 8 weeks but I've not had a telephone assessment is there people on here who haven't had a telephone assessment and it's been OK getting stressed out now 

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  • poppy123456
    poppy123456 Member Posts: 25,533 Disability Gamechanger
    Hi,
    Sounds like you had a paper based assessment, it's rare but definitely possible. I've yet to hear any stories where someone's been refused when they've had a paper based assessment. My daughter's had 2 and i've had one for PIP.
  • Sammie74
    Sammie74 Member Posts: 28 Listener
    Thanks its a little confusing as people I know have had the telephone assessment which I was really struggling on 
  • janer1967
    janer1967 Member Posts: 13,272 Disability Gamechanger
    It all depends on the person and the condition and the detail you put on the form and evidence 

    If they have enough information to make a decision they can do a paper based assessment 

    As poppy said they are rare but I also had a paper based 
  • Sammie74
    Sammie74 Member Posts: 28 Listener
    I had lots of evidence doctors letter, mental health letters physiatrist reports, told them they had permission to contact any of them its just stressful now the waiting time thankyou lady's I will tell you the outcome when I hear from them 

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