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TOPIC: Stoma and Incontinence

Stoma and Incontinence 6 years 8 months ago #69530

CIB/2873/2003

Does the above still stand as a pertinent argument concering continence and stomas .My wife has been awarded DLA several years ago and is worried that with all that is happening that it would be easy to lose the award .I have said that is unlikely as this was a ruling made in court ,but she thinks even so that this could be changed ,Ignored or whatever please can you put her at her ease and advise as to if this still stands ,also are there any more rulings of the same nature ?

Re:Stoma and Incontinence 6 years 8 months ago #69559

Steven Renwick wrote:

CIB/2873/2003

Does the above still stand as a pertinent argument concering continence and stomas .My wife has been awarded DLA several years ago and is worried that with all that is happening that it would be easy to lose the award .I have said that is unlikely as this was a ruling made in court ,but she thinks even so that this could be changed ,Ignored or whatever please can you put her at her ease and advise as to if this still stands ,also are there any more rulings of the same nature ?

I've found refences to the case you reference on the Disability Alliance site see here and there is a discussion on the subject in a previous thread, see here

I'm afraid I can't confirm that it is still relevant, but nothing I have found suggests that it is not.

Gordon
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