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TOPIC: WRAG

WRAG 6 years 2 months ago #63906

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If a person is placed in a WRAG grp, even though all the medical pro's who deal with that pwerson staste clearly they are not fit for work, but the person in question decided they would like to try and return to work - against medical advice (I am fumming with him) can that person decide who wil deal with their assistance in tryin g to do so - ie - Shaw Trust - or would they have to go with the DWP's decision - A4E?

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Last Edit: by Crazydiamond. Reason: Potentially libellous section of post removed.

Re: WRAG 6 years 2 months ago #63908

If they want help via the DWP, then they have to go with whichever company/organisation has the contract for providing those services locally, but there's nothing to stop them going elsewhere for help privately, ie. not directly paid for by the government. There are various charities and voluntary groups that help, including some with European or local authority funding, and some recruitment agencies will offer help with things like CVs and tips on interviews.

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