I've been waiting for months for a decision after being denied for the umpteenth time and then subsequently requesting a reconsideration have ATOS doctor coming to assess me at home. I'm not complaining just terrified of ATOS as they've not been kind to me over the years. My welfare rights advisor told us when we filled out the form, in feb, that they don't tend to come out the home anymore so I was surprised to get the app through the post.
I have varying pieces of equipment such as bed rail, bath lift, perching stool, fat cutlery and more but can't help feeling like they'll make me go to appeal. If anyone has any advice to help avoid this happening other than having relevant papers, meds etc I would really appreciate it. are there things not to say for example?
I've been housebound for pretty much 18 months so getting this extra support will help me to get out more. I hope!