Remaining politically neutral during General Election 2024


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Just received the best journal message I could hope for.

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rubin16
rubin16 Community member, Scope Member Posts: 770 Disability Gamechanger
edited February 2022 in Universal Credit (UC)
Hi All,

I just literally got an email to check my journal, and there was a letter to read on there.




I am so thrilled I have been given LCWRA. as I have been sending in fit notes since may last year, and had to visit the job centre every 4 weeks since November which was hard to do and could only go with someone with me. I also didn't have an assessment they decided based on my UC50 Form as from advice on here I was very detailed and gave examples of everything.

I want to thank everyone on here for their help over the past year. You guys have been amazing with advice when getting my PIP and now finally my UC benefits sorted out. I love this community and the help it provides.

Thanks again,

Rubin
I have Autism, ADHD, Schizophrenia, Gilberts Syndrome and Crohn's Disease and have knowledge in these areas.


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