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PIP for more than one condition

jen1964jen1964 Posts: 1 Listener
edited May 19 in Talk about PIP/ DLA
I'm jen I have just put back in for pip as I have been diagnosed with arthritis in my knee and hands also have trapped nerve in my neck and affects my shoulder which also I get pins and needles in my hands I cannot hold anything without dropping it I am sick of it keep putting in for pip to help get around as I can walk 50 metres I do get it for incontinence I have got that till 2019 its just the other part now I'm having difficulty with thanks for any advice jen
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  • MarkmywordsMarkmywords Posts: 106 Chatterbox
    Hello @jen1964 ,

    PIP is not related to any conditions you have but how you compare against their scoring system. So it's best to approach it from that angle.

    Measure yourself against their scoring system and whether you now score more points. Focus entirely on whether your problems match their criteria. Think about how you can put into words the way you now meet the scoring points in every section.

    They will consider you as a whole and you should too. If you ask them to review your scores they will look at all your scores and not just the new ones.

    There is a lot of good information on Scope's website and others and you can phone them to discuss it too.

    Good luck.
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