It States Miss is registered at the Practice and she is one of my regular patients. She suffers from diabetes mellitus. Hypertension Migraine, Asthma and Anxiety with Depression.
She is feeling low. Stressed and anxious all the time with lack of motivation and difficult to concentrate. Her oldest son deid 2010 and this is still affecting her. She is also having Financial difficulties and finding it difficult to manage her daily life
She is currenty taking Mirtazapine 30mg for Anxirty and depression in addition to her other regular medications as below. We are reviewing her condition regulary.
Miss is not fit for work at the moment because is addition to her physical conditions
Here is the letter i sent the Doctor
Forgive me Doctor for writing to you my name is Dowayne Gordon I am my mum’s youngest son but over the last few weeks I have been concerned about my mum’s well being. Given all the changes happen to her benefits’ and the Tribunal hearing she’s out of her mind.
When my mum is in meetings with professionals she loses confidence and finds it hard to communicate. My mum has some questions.
1.My mum is wondering why the DHSS is saying she can work when I know she can’t is there a letter you can send to them re the affect it is having on her. Are the DHSS going against what you see?
2.The Tribunal hearing will need supporting documents about my mum medical problems. Do you have any idea what they are? My mum needs to start preparing her case.
3. My mum depression is now taking a turn and is getting worse than at any other time. Is there someone you can put her in touch with someone who can talk with her?
4.Last Medical review was 23.08.2011 is my mum due a medical review to support her case as a question.
5.With all the medication my mum is on I just wonder what are the side effects on her are?
6.My mum has severe learning disabilities finds hard to take in information and to relay the information given to her and suffers from a very low self esteem.
Dear Mr Dullaway
In response to your letter dated 4th January re reduction to my housing benefit from April 2013. I would like to say sorry for my late response but I can’t read and write and I had much problems getting hold of my son so he could write this response to you. My son did speak to someone from your office to outline my intention to stay in my flat. I have read and understood your letter and have spoke with my family and they are willing to support me if need be to keep my flat. My eldest son died in 2010 he spent time with me his body was brought to this flat before it got taken to the grave yard I can’t leave.
This house means to much to me. In 2012 my partner died once again he spent many a night here and this place means a lot to me. I have 3 grand children who come and support me and they stay over to help me from time to time.
Mr Dullaway if you have any questions re my response feel free to ring me on