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Rate of mobility for Personal independent payment PIP

I am currently waiting for my decision. I know I will get higher rate of daily living. I have Ehlers danlos syndrome. So my joints can dislocate up to 50 times a day. Some days I can walk around town but am laid up for a few days after and some days I can't walk at all. To go out I have to have someone with me as when they come out I can't put them back in myself it's normally my husband who has to do it for me and if I'm on my own I end up having a panic and anxiety attack. I'm just wondering based on this do you think I will get enhanced or standard rate of mobility. Thanks

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  • Debbie_Alumni
    Debbie_Alumni Member Posts: 932 Pioneering
    Hello AmyGreen12,

    Sorry for the delay in responding to your question.
    Have you had your decision about your PIP claim yet?
    I hope that you have by now had the decision and that it was a favourable one.

    Best wishes
    Debbie

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