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TOPIC: Return to Work Interview

Re:Return to Work Interview 8 years 2 months ago #22417

Hello Tilly
Just wanted to say that my WFI's have been okay, I have 1 more to attend & the staff I have met have been very pleasant & courteous without fail. I very hope you have a similar experience.
Best wishes,
maggie

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Re:Return to Work Interview 8 years 2 months ago #22515

  • Jenikay
If it's the second medical interview you are worried about, then don't be. This one is done by a doctor who discusses what type of work you might be able to do, and what sort of working conditions you would need to do this work (assuming that some employer is actually going to employ you...). The one who did mine when I was put in the Limited Capability for Work group said I needed to have my own parking place, near to the main doors of my office, which should be on the ground floor, or near a lift and with a toilet nearby. She decided that I would need a specially adapted chair and workstation as well. Also that my hours shouldn't be too long, and that I shouldn't have to start very early in the morning, or that I finish too late in the afternoons due to the fact I get tired easily.

I was still waiting for this job to be offered to me, and still being paid ESA when I retired earlier this year.

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