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Fizzy11 wrote: »
I’m sorry I disagree. If you read the advice from charities about completing the PIP forms they say use the worse day & it definitely doesn’t tell you to talk about good days. To say I’m committing fraud is disagraceful. With something like Epilepsy there are no good days because a seizure can happen at any time so you live with that day in & day out.
kingfisherblue wrote: »
Thank you. Good luck on Tuesday, and let us know how your assessment goes.
venison wrote: »
I think it went well...the assessor thought that an assessment shouldn't have been necessary as I'd provided a lot of letters to back me up, she also explained that her previous job had been nursing people with epilepsy, it took about an hour and she was very thorough and polite throughout, I will just have to sit back and wait for the outcome now,will have to put it to the back of my mind.
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