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hi i was recently awarded pip low care no mobility , my assesor didn’t get to see my pip form or any of my evidence, my assesor told us this, which is not what we were advised by dwp , they wrote to me saying , there is no need to take any of my evidence or pip form to f2f as assesor has copies of it all
my award was decided really quick within a few days of my f2f i had my first payment , but when i received my award letter there was a lot of incorrect information , and appears they have only considered my physical illnesses , rumatoid arthritis and fibromyalgia, i have a diagnosis of autism which was completely ignored , they said i can’t have autism because i speak to my kids and partner, and there was things on the award letter that we’re not true , my partner answered mostly all my questions due to my difficulties at f2f , but my award says i had no issues communicating or anxiety at f2f
there was also parts i was not asked about like questions about mobility the only question i was asked about travel or mobility was do i know where my childs school is , my partner took over the main care role quite some time ago and does the daily school run and our child other additional needs but on my award letter it says i take my children to school daily , one of my children is an adult and hasn’t attending school for a long time , and the other my partner does the school run , this is completely untrue and was never said at any point of the f2f my partner was very clear about this , also said i have no issues with unfamiliar places also untrue it says they came to this conclusion because of the maths and spelling questions also states i got those questions correct , this is also untrue , i have lots of paperwork to back up the difficultys i have
can i appeal this or ask them to look at my award again ? i have quite a few pages of nhs autism diagnosis paperwork that states my difficulties and includes my difficulties with travel , i was awared pip october 2017 until 2020 but have been unable to do much for months due to my health so i am just getting round to getting advice about this any advice would be appreciated.
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