Pip change of circumstances

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Ive finally received my how my condition affects me form to report a change of circumstances as ive got worse. Ive included all medical evidence and also my carer has written a full day by day account of what he does to look after me but will this help as my carer is my husband

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    Hi dawn, yes it will, any and all info you supply will help. put in as much as you can.

    Good luck.

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      Thanks chick x i sent in my esa medical report and the letter from my hubby just dreading it if i have to have an assesment i was a wreck last time i cried all through it
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    Hi,

    Did you get a tape of the interview ask for a copy of the notes

    By letter ring DWP I'm doing the same with ESA from WRAG plenty

    Of info online.Good luck

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      I got a 42 page dossier of medical notes from esa assesment putting me in support group saying i can only walk 5 steps before i have to sit and other information regarding my health ive sent the lot registered mail to pip im just dreading the reassesment im hoping i dont have to have one x
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      Do the DWP take notice of assessment reports for other benefits?

      When I had my last and final DWP review back in 2011 I sent them a copy of the DWP's doctor's review for my IIDB which took place just weeks earlier. That IIDB review stated that my mental health wellbeing was reduced by 40% from the norm.

      My DLA review discounted that report compeletely only awarding Mid Care. According to the DLA  report they never mentioned that evidence being used.

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