Should I have weekly work advisor meetings if I have a doctor's note?
I have a condition called X linked hypophosphataemic rickets. I am going through a rough patch and have signed on for Universal credit with a three month doctors note but my advisor is making appointments for me to see a disability work advisor. I have to attend weekly meetings even though I have a doctor's note. Is this right? Any advice greatfully received.
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