Login FormClose

Free ESA, PIP and DLA Updates

With over 140,000 subscribers our fortnightly updates bulletin is the UK's leading source of benefits news. Get the facts about what's changing, how it affects you and how to prepare.   Get your free benefits updates now.
Welcome, Guest
Username: Password:
Remember me
Members
  • Page:
  • 1

TOPIC: still need someone to come with me to f interveiw

still need someone to come with me to f interveiw 10 months 2 weeks ago #170111

ok my support worker has now dropped and cant come to f2f interview , she said its not her job to do this she says she is fed up with having to attend them , i have tried every avenue now , cpn nurse, cab, rethink , mind, mind group all have said tbey are unable to help ive even rung up carer service the type that takes elderly people out shopping i told them i was willing to pay but no im not old enough, i feel incredibly fed with this , and quite isolated , dwp should know not everyone with mental health problems has friends and family and sometimes any sort of support network to hold there hand when they go to these awfull meetings , any ideas

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

still need someone to come with me to f interveiw 10 months 2 weeks ago #170130

Shaz wrote: ok my support worker has now dropped and cant come to f2f interview , she said its not her job to do this she says she is fed up with having to attend them , i have tried every avenue now , cpn nurse, cab, rethink , mind, mind group all have said tbey are unable to help ive even rung up carer service the type that takes elderly people out shopping i told them i was willing to pay but no im not old enough, i feel incredibly fed with this , and quite isolated , dwp should know not everyone with mental health problems has friends and family and sometimes any sort of support network to hold there hand when they go to these awfull meetings , any ideas


Two things to try, contact any charities that support your conditions, they may have a local group that can help.

Speak to your GP surgery they usually have a list of local voluntary organisations.

Gordon
The following user(s) said Thank You: Shaz

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

Nothing on this board constitutes legal advice - always consult a professional about specific problems
  • Page:
  • 1
Moderators: bro58GordonMrs Hurtyback