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Is this discrimination
Having had two previous face to face PIP assessments, my recent one while reading the assessment report the assessor had wrote that because I drive a non adapted automatic car and use two mobility scooters one a boot scooter and the other one a class three for at home and dog walking off road parkland. The assessor has presumed, and assumed that as I can use the for mentioned modes of transport that it is possible to that the claimant can preform the descriptors, activities , 1, 2, 3, 4, 6,. In both previous assessments I was driving a manual car and using the same mobility scooters. No mention of, or mention or assumptions that I should be able or it’s feasible that the claimant can preform the descriptors.