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TOPIC: AR1 form page 18 Supporting information

AR1 form page 18 Supporting information 4 months 2 weeks ago #213294

Hi, After just a year ( she had been awarded full mobility for 2 years!) we got the AR1 form again.
Whilst easier to fill out than previous forms im very wary of the ' No change box'
My wife has been told by doctors her illness is LONG TERM and nothing can really be done.
We have letters from doctors saying just that which will again be submitted.
To back it up we send all letters and appointment letters as she is being seen less and less so no new evidence!
basically, is this a good thiing to do and has any one else done this?

Thanks

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AR1 form page 18 Supporting information 4 months 2 weeks ago #213316

Fastmoggy

Rather than simplifying the reassessment process, the AR1 Review form has actually complicated it.

There's a section in the PIP Claim guide that covers the form.


I don't think there is anything wrong with what you ae proposing, just be aware, based non what we have seen in the forum, the more information you supply with the form, the more likely a face to face assessment is.

Gordon
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AR1 form page 18 Supporting information 4 months 1 week ago #213333

the information sent is what they already have for which she was re-awarded her full mobilty back after loosing it all last time so i guess were being very protective . There was very litle newer supporting evidence to offer as her condition is long term and unlikely to change hence re submitting past information .

As for the AR1 form itself, the boxes you get to fill to explain your condition are somewhat small as we all know.

I'll keep you informed on the outcome and finders crossed
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