Helping my blessed mum fight the powers that be, cause it is a crime what they are doing to this women

Helping my blessed mum fight the powers that be, cause it is a crime what they are doing to this women

My name is RAS FIRE I is helping my mum who can not read or write and suffers from low self esteam, Depression, Mirgraine diabitities, not very mobile. My mum attended the Medical the nurse asked a few questions and failed her. My mum is 59 can,t do much for herself. This is wicked what the Gov is doing my mum is on appeal and this is killing her.

Peace and Love fight for de rights.

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  • Good job your mum has you to fight her corner government have no idea what they are doing because they don't have to live like we do.I,ve had to fight for a year to win my appeal won it on 26th Jan still have not received any letters or money tell mum to try not to worry they do this so you give up.may be an idea to take mum citizens advice bureau good luck

  • Here is some information about what to do if you fail the ESA work capability assessment. fibroaction.healthunlocked....

    I recently read (will try & remember where so I can post it properly) that it may be useful if your Mum's GP thinks that if she is made to go to work she would be putting her health and safety or that of others at risk then a letter to that respect should be submitted as part of her appeal.

  • Found it! johnnyvoid.wordpress.com/ta...

    "The regulations identified by Black Triangle show a way forward for all GPs who have concerns about how their patients are treated by Atos and the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP)."

    Regulation 29 states that claimants should not be found ‘fit for work’ if: “the claimant suffers from some specific disease or bodily or mental disablement and, by reasons of such disease or disablement, there would be a substantial risk to the mental or physical health of any person if the claimant were found not to have limited capability for work.”

    Regulation 35 states that: “the claimant suffers from some specific disease or bodily or mental disablement; (b) and by reasons of such disease or disablement, there would be a substantial risk to the mental or physical health of any person if the claimant were found not to have limited capability for work-related activity.”

  • Blessed Blessed Love

    Thanks for getting back to me on this very useful I shall and it to my re for her Doctor.,

    Blessed Love Rasta Love

  • Hello Rasfire,

    If you haven't done so already FibroAction can send out the Benefits & Work Guides for free if you email: info@fibroaction.org . They contain information on benefits, appeals and medicals.

    Here's a link to the Benefits & Work site

    benefitsandwork.co.uk

    I hope this is of help

    Emma

  • Rastafari Blessing Emma

    Thank you for your reply will thiss asap thank you once again.

    Peace and love

  • Hi Rasfire the cab will come out to your mum and help fill in the forms for carers allowance and DLA deffinatly appeal again Good luck.

    Hugs to you and your mum x x (((((((((((((((((((( gentle ))))))))))))))))))))))))) x

    Rainbow x x x

  • Blessed Rainbow

    My mum is not on DLA she is on ESA since they took her off sick benefit. What do you mean by cab.

    Blessed Love Rasta Love

  • citizens advice bureau

  • Blessed

    Agreed, Agreed , Agreed.

    Raspect

  • The disabled and less abled in this country are treated with less compassion and understading than any other sector of society. It feels a disgrace to be British sometimes when youre on the recieving end of such treatment. I wish you and your mum all the very best. Stay strong x

  • Blessed Peace and Love

    We are heading back to Queen Victoira,s time were if you dont come from money have rich parents to back you then the state the Gov are unwilling to back you. 10 years from now it is going to get dark for the people. In April its going to get dark for people. I wish we could stand as a group and fight.

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