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TOPIC: PIP timescales

PIP timescales 5 days 16 hours ago #175191


When I had my home assessment the assessor arrived slightly early whilst my wife was replacing my dressings so she had to wait for that. The total assessment took about 90 minutes and we made no special preparations prior to her arrival.
At the end she stated that she did not have to see the adaptions but we thought that if she saw them it might place them firmly in her mind.

I got enhanced both in the end.

Good luck,

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