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After reading the handbook for the PIP assessors, I note that having a mental illness (whatever it is) allows for the non return of the PIP2 form. The handbook suggests that it is quite likely that those with a mental health problem will not have sent anything in, no PIP2 or any evidence.
On that basis the assessor would not know a thing about you or what your difficulties are.
Trying to assess someone who goes alone into the assessment, suffering from a mental illness must be a nightmare for the assessor.
Surely that puts those with such an illness at a direct disadvantage.
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