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Could I put a photo in of the aid that I use to help with my problems?
Hello, I hope this post finds you all safe and well as can be. I fully understand that PIP, goes by how my condition effects me from day to day. But, I was wondering if I could put a photo in of the aid that I use in order to help with my problems. I have a hair wash brush type of thing, because I can’t use my right arm properly. And a couple of other things that I have to use, in order to help myself. I was wondering if when I say, I’m unable to use my right arm properly, I try to use this, and tell them what it is, and show them a photo? I’m not talking about A4 size, just a small passport size photo, in order to show as well as tell them. Thank you for taking the time to read this. Take care and stay safe.
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