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denise15811 christophe70737 25 minutes ago
I'm sorry to hear of the hard time you had during your assessment. It's not unusual for them to ask you the same questions multiple times. They do this to try to catch you out. See if you're lying kind of thing. Don't listen to the advice about not sending in medical report from your GP. I'd advice sending in as much evidence as possible, however it maybe too late now. As far as contacting your GP or any other medical professional, they mostly don't do this. It's your responibility to send in any evidence you have which will back up your claim. Good luck.
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ross01378 christophe70737 13 minutes ago
not normally they ask u to get letters from gps
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neil91349 christophe70737 about a minute ago
Many people hate these assessments, you have a complete stranger come into your home. sometimes of the opposite sex asking the most personal questions, especially with people who suffer from depression and anxiety.
They're not qualified and look like they just come out of school.
Everyone is different even though our conditions may be the same the symptoms differ from person to person.
Why they have to send an unqualified person to your home is beyond me. Why not ask me to send a letter/email which I can complete in my own time and tell them how it affects me day in day out.
When your under pressure, suffering from a multitude of conditions already cannot expect to give a full true account of how your conditions truly affect your life day to day.
We should sign a petition and ask for a qualified person assess you, like your GP because this affects your future, your life.
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