Support with PIP from a professional

Hi everyone..

Just to let everyone know that I can help with PIP assessments. I help with preparing you for the interview, help to fill in forms and to go through what's expected and questions asked at the interview. I can also accompany you if the distance is reasonable.

I have background professional knowledge in health and also am aware of the DWP criteria and ways of working.

I want to start a consultancy business for PIP as i realised a lot of people do not know what information is needed and how to answer the questions during the interview.

Please note I am not encouraging to cheat the system but to give people information so as to make informed choices as well as alleviate all anxieties about this process.

Thank you all. If you want to know more about this please feel free to ask me.

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  • Thank you so much, it is a difficult interview to attend because its so hard to tell a complete stranger quite personal stuff.

  • Thank you....yes very much so. The worst thing is being asked why you cannot do certain activities of daily living, which makes you feel like you are lying. However the interviewers have medical backgrounds and are good in that aspect.

    The big anxiety is the client not knowing the process and being so anxious with the new process. So equipping yourself with the knowledge and information they need will be of so much help.

    Hope that helps

  • Hi I have my assessment in a few weeks and not sure what to expect?

  • Expect a lot of questions and probing into how your condition affects your daily leaving skills which are 12 in number. A lot of why questions. There will also be a physical examination though they won't ask you to undress. A lot of history taking about your medications and your condition.

    try and go into detail on what difficulties you face in performing the task whether physical or psychological issues. Talk about how long it takes to perform a task...if you experience pain etc

    Good luck

  • hi I HAVE CHARCOT mARIE tOOTH sYNDROME, SPONDYLOSIS OF THE SPINE, FYBROMALGIA, ASTHMA, CPLD.

    BEEN FOR PIP ASSESMENT, AFTER BEING ON DLA FOR LIFE; only BEEN AWARDED STANDARD CARE AND STANDARD MOBILITY, IN THE MIDDLE OF FAMILY TYPING UP A LENGTHLY LETTER OF DISCREPENSIES AND WHY; THEN HOPEFULLY GET A MANDOTORY RECONSIDERATION FINGERS CROSSED GOES TO ENHANCED ON BOTH,,,, IF NOT THEN AN APPEAL WILL BE MOST DEFINATE..... ANY TIPS TO GAIN...PLZXX

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