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Hi, my name is PUPSY! My pip is supposed end/review by 19th December

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PUPSY Community member Posts: 2 Listener
edited December 2022 in PIP, DLA, and AA
Hi , My pip is supposed end/review by 19th December 2022 , I am very scared as i am not sure of what they intend to do , i remember a couple of years ago just before UC was set in place i had a F2F review they stopped my pip i was on tax credit and it through me into despair financially drawn into dept my illness getting worse, I had to work through the pandemic to try and cope i suffered from a lot of aches and pains physically from doing so but had to keep roof over my head i could not manage to eat days off of my part time job because of sickness led me deeper and deeper into disrepair of my circumstances , due to my youngest child who filed for appeal i was able to overturn the pip and was re instated but on a lesser amount i was also forced to go onto UC income being far less than before . I am still struggling and know if they stop this again i will not be able to survive . How should i deal with this i have not heard from them and the 19th is drawing near i am scared the same thing may happen again DWP and pip etc is very complicated and constantly changing what should i do can anyone advise me.

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