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Face to face for PIP
Hi we have been following the process of my son’s disability benefits turning to PIP post his 16th birthday. I sent in loads of evidence and contacts for health professionals and received a letter advising me that they would be contacting the professionals involved in my son’s care and I know his OT was phoned as she called me to ask permission to speak to the assessment department. I assumed as my son has Athetoid Cerebral Palsy that they probably wouldn’t need to see him face to face, but have now received a letter with an appointment for a fortnights time. My boy is level 2 on the gross motor functions classification guide (he is similar to Ryan the new character on Emmerdale). Is this normal and should I be worried he is getting a bit stressed already and is about to start his gcse’s. I’m playing it down saying it’s normal but just wondered what other people wit