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TOPIC: Pip and relevance of previous DLA commissioner dec

Pip and relevance of previous DLA commissioner dec 1 month 2 weeks ago #171268

  • Gordon
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jack wrote:
Thanks Gordon. I just think then that if what I experience is not what they regard as harm, then I couldn't say that I can't do the activity safely. Does that make sense?

You talk about "severe pain" in a previous post, why would this not be considered?

If you don't describe what limits your ability to complete the PIP activities then you can't score points!

Gordon
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