pip timetable

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can anyone tell me which postcode ATOS are on now and what is there timetable for other postcodes,ie ng

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    They may well have a timetable. Whether they will stick to it or not remains to be seen but I would doubt it.


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    There is no table for post codes now - it is national for everyone.

    Since last July they have been selecting ALL existing DLA claimants ad hoc. The over 65's are facing the first wave across the country. I'm 67 (68 in June) and had my 'invitation' last November. Previously I was on Indefinite DLA High Mobility/Middle Care for many years. I failed the PIP invite at the first hurdle.

    It could be tomorrow or next year for everybody now.


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    Hi David,

    The "Postcode" way is now obsolete! It has been for a few months.

    It is now random, hence any of us could be next!

    ...And, then you got the ATOS Assessment centre choice, which does not choose the closest center to you, it chooses the next available centre, which the DWP has stated can be within 90 miles - which is a lie. In one case they made a woman travel a 700 mile round trip for just a PIP Assessment.



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