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Hi, my name is MANDS17!

MANDS17
MANDS17 Member Posts: 1 Listener
Hi i am a carer for my son who has aspergers we are still awaiting
a payment been almost 6 months now, i have written,rung no luck and ideas?

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  • Libby_Scope
    Libby_Scope Posts: 635

    Scope community team

    Hi @MANDS17 :) 

    Welcome to the community and thank you for sharing your comment. 

    I'm sorry to hear there has been a delay in payment. May I just ask, what is the payment for? If it's for a benefit payment, which one are you receiving? Knowing this information will help us offer the best advice/support that we can :)

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  • Alex_Scope
    Alex_Scope Posts: 756

    Scope community team

    Hello @MANDS17 and welcome to the community, thanks for your question. I'm sorry to hear that you're still awaiting payment, can I ask, is that for a specific benefit? Once we know which we might be able to advise you in a better way :)

    I do know there are a lot of large backlogs at the moment in the DWP which has led to delays in processing claims and payments. While I know is not comforting news, it is unfortunately the situation at present.

    Do you feel like you and your son are receiving enough support currently? 
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