Ive been worrying about my PIP assessment and wondering what recording equpment to use, since they need a copy straight after the interview. Ive looked at phone apps, Ive looked at dual cd recorders ( mega bucks! ) then I read on line that some old clever clogs bought two identical audio tape recorders and used them both at the same time 🙄 Perfectly acceptable apparently, just check in advance that there are two spare plug holes available. Brilliant and no complicated equipment either !
Pip assessment recording: Ive been... - Fibromyalgia Acti...
You don't have to recotd it but experience has taught many of us that it is necessary as they often get information wrong in their report. I wouldn't like to say the deliberately lied of course, (ahem..) but they do seem to make a lot of errors. If you have proof of what was said then you are more likely to be treated fairly. It's sad that we have too but that seems to be the state of affairs. To go through an appeal to challenge a decision is exhausting and stressful, so at least with this you have evidence.
I was just about to give you a link. Here it is anyway:
If you'd like me to lock it for you, give me a shout.
Yes, of course ... and you're not being a nuisance at all.
If you go to your previous posts and look at the bottom of the box you will see:
Like Follow Post + v
If you click on the small downward arrow ( the v ) a drop down menu will appear.
Click on edit. You can then go ahead and lock your post and then click (I think!) 'submit reply'.
I'm doing this from memory and I can't remember whether the very last bit is 'submit reply' or 'save changes'. Sorry - darned Fibro fog.
I hope that is clear enough. If not, don't hesitate to let me know and I will explain it differently.