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TOPIC: letter to psychiatrist

letter to psychiatrist 7 years 4 months ago #14388

  • brummiekhan
Hi

Currently trying to write a letter to my psychiatrist to assist me with my application for dla,unfortunely due to my ptsd i just cannot think of the right words to put in the letter,

Could someone be kind enough to put me in the right direction,I will be very grateful for any help you can provide.

Thank you

Re:letter to psychiatrist 7 years 4 months ago #14403

Hi,

It is more or less impossible to give individual advice without access to such as case papers etc. Either a face to face meeting or at least an in depth telephone conversation with a Welfare Rights Adviser would probably be more beneficial to you.

Details of how to contact such agencies are here:

www.benefitsandwork.co.uk/help

Regards

Pete

Re:letter to psychiatrist 7 years 4 months ago #14417

Hi,

I have to agree with Pete 100%. It's an impossible task, and indeed we are not allowed to give individual advice to members by the site owner Steve Donnision for legal reasons.

To give accurate and reliable advice about a specific benefits problem, we'd need to know a great deal about your income, savings, health, household arrangements and more. To give advice without all this information would seriously risk misinforming you.

I hope you can find some 'face to face' local advice in your area.

Good luck.

Jim

Re:letter to psychiatrist 7 years 4 months ago #14420

  • brummiekhan
hi

Thank you pete & jina,i have had a look at the information at: www.benefitsandwork.co.uk/help and is very helpfull.

Thank you for putting me in the right direction,and fully understand the points made about individual advice to members.

Kind regards
Parvez khan
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