Supported Living, sleep in staff?

If a person lives in supported living and the complex has a sleep in staff every night shared between 6 tenants that might need support during the night and the support staff is funded by social services and added to everybody personal budget would that person be more entailed to High rate PIP as they sometimes need the night staff when they are psychotic and sometimes need accompanying to the hospital, but this only happens once or twice a year but the staff are there just incase. Are they more likely to get the highest PIP award as needing night time care?

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