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TOPIC: DLA TO PIP

DLA TO PIP 6 months 2 days ago #174824

Hello

I have just been through the process of DLA to PIP a stressful time for me as l was on indefinite DLA. I was asked to reapply in July 2017 and have just received my PIP award enhanced rate for daily living and mobility the process although stressful has been straight forward and had a home visit from a lovely Atos assessor l followed your guides on completing my form which was most helpful to me and want to say thanks for the clear advice l took from these guides.

Many Thanks

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DLA TO PIP 6 months 2 days ago #174828

Mandy wrote: Hello

I have just been through the process of DLA to PIP a stressful time for me as l was on indefinite DLA. I was asked to reapply in July 2017 and have just received my PIP award enhanced rate for daily living and mobility the process although stressful has been straight forward and had a home visit from a lovely Atos assessor l followed your guides on completing my form which was most helpful to me and want to say thanks for the clear advice l took from these guides.

Many Thanks


Congratulations on the award.

Gordon

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DLA TO PIP 6 months 2 days ago #174881

That's great news Mandy! Thanks for letting us know :)

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DLA TO PIP 6 months 1 day ago #174897

are there any illnesses that are automatically just accepted, like MS or Parkinsons xx

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DLA TO PIP 5 months 4 weeks ago #174965

jean lovell wrote: are there any illnesses that are automatically just accepted, like MS or Parkinsons xx


I'm sorry but there are no conditions that provide an automatic acceptance for PIP, PIP does not look specifically at the illness or disability, but rather the limitations that result from them. See the PIP Claim guide for more information.

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