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TOPIC: DLA to PIP help

DLA to PIP help 2 weeks 4 days ago #174111

Hello,
I am a member here and am trying to deal with my boyfriends move from dla to pip. He can't deal with it himself and has to ring up to claim by 7th december. I am also ill so will be finding this very stressfull. Please could you tell me where to look for specific info on transfer cases in the guides or do I just click on PIP and start from there. Sorry if I'm being stupid but can't concentrate and am beginning to panic. Will probably need your help with all of this.

Many thanks

PS How do I keep my posts all in one thread?
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DLA to PIP help 2 weeks 4 days ago #174123

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j112009 wrote:
Hello,
I am a member here and am trying to deal with my boyfriends move from dla to pip. He can't deal with it himself and has to ring up to claim by 7th december. I am also ill so will be finding this very stressfull. Please could you tell me where to look for specific info on transfer cases in the guides or do I just click on PIP and start from there. Sorry if I'm being stupid but can't concentrate and am beginning to panic. Will probably need your help with all of this.

Many thanks

PS How do I keep my posts all in one thread?

Just follow the links in the Members Only section to the PIP area, the PIP Claim guide covers the initial phone call and competing the PIP2 form with details of his issues.

The following link will take you directly to the PIP area.

www.benefitsandwork.co.uk/help-for-claimants/pip

Yes, if you can keep your posts in one topic it will help use to support you better.

Gordon
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DLA to PIP help 2 weeks 3 days ago #174172

Sorry I don't understand how do I keep my posts in one topic! Do you mean just add on any other posts to this one?

Apologies not very tech savvy.
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DLA to PIP help 2 weeks 2 days ago #174228

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j112009 wrote:
Sorry I don't understand how do I keep my posts in one topic! Do you mean just add on any other posts to this one?

Apologies not very tech savvy.

Yes, just reply to the posts in this topic rather than starting a new topic each time.

Gordon
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DLA to PIP help 2 weeks 2 days ago #174239

Hello,
do you think it is a good idea to use the word 'reliably' in my answers?
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DLA to PIP help 2 weeks 2 days ago #174269

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Melanie M wrote:
Hello,
do you think it is a good idea to use the word 'reliably' in my answers?

Reliably is a collective word for four definitions, you should use these phrases in preference as they actually explain what your problems with reliably completing an activity would be.

Gordon
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