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TOPIC: Mobility

Mobility 4 weeks 13 hours ago #197774

Hello I was looking for some advice on the Q14A on the pip form how far can you walk?

My problem with mobility is caused by poor balance as I regularly loose my balance and fall would be acceptable for me to tick the less than 20meters box I can walk further than this but I can not do it safely or repeatedly

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Mobility 4 weeks 11 hours ago #197787

Ruger2012 wrote: Hello I was looking for some advice on the Q14A on the pip form how far can you walk?

My problem with mobility is caused by poor balance as I regularly loose my balance and fall would be acceptable for me to tick the less than 20meters box I can walk further than this but I can not do it safely or repeatedly


You should mark the distance that you can reliably walk on the majority of days.

Gordon

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Mobility 1 week 1 day ago #199112

hello the date I phoned to claim pip was the 30th June my form was only sent back today because they required me to pass a residents test before they sent a form out. As it's already over 3 months since I made the claim and quite possibly to take another few to have it all finalised will they backdate payments til 30th June or is there a maximum time limit on backdated payments thanks

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Mobility 1 week 1 day ago #199129

Ruger2012 wrote: hello the date I phoned to claim pip was the 30th June my form was only sent back today because they required me to pass a residents test before they sent a form out. As it's already over 3 months since I made the claim and quite possibly to take another few to have it all finalised will they backdate payments til 30th June or is there a maximum time limit on backdated payments thanks


If this was a new claim and there is no DLA claim in payment then it should be backdated to the date that the claim was made.

Gordon

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