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My PIP report

Stoical65iamStoical65iam Posts: 21Member Listener
Hello everyone. Well i got my PIP report today, As you're all familiar with the treatment disabled people are getting from these undesirable masters of malpractice, i won't bore you with the details. Suffice to say i'm feeling deflated today and really pissed off. OMG ,i should have seen it coming what with all the horror stories i've read on here and on youtube. I will obviously be putting in a complaint, about the twisted and manipulative way this assessor forgot to mention the truth about what happened in the F2F ; What was said and done compared to what he has written in this pile of Nazi garbage. In addition blatently lying ; avoiding (deliberately it seems) to ask certain question pertinent to my claim, as well as giving an arrogant inflated opinion of  his perception of events at the F2F. in the process demeaning my disabilities and trying to demoralize my spirit into giving up. How do these people sleep at night... really. It feels like i've already got the DWP result as this nasty piece of work also had his little section on this corrupt report marking me 0 pts (SERIOUSLY) with negative comments (lies) on all Descriptors. Christ ! have they no shame 0 pts , Unbelievable; disgusting and disrespectful ! I'll be seeing my Doctor ; the Mayor even, anyone who can help. People were hung for much less than the despicable acts this lot are getting away with today not long ago. Rant over. Should i complain now and if so to who. Or  should i just wait until i receive the inevitable result before taking action. Thankyou .


  • April2018momApril2018mom Posts: 2,465Member - under moderation Disability Gamechanger
    No you should appeal.
    These are my top tips.
    Prepare for a tribunal as well. My son’s first ever assessment report contained falsified details. Do you have a social worker or not? Describe your impairment to them. Refer constantly to the descriptors for each activity. Be honest too. Do not delay either. Use this tool to draft a letter of appeal. 
    You can find more information on this page.   https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/benefits/sick-or-disabled-people-and-carers/pip/appeals/apply-to-tribunal/
    Keep us updated. 
  • poppy123456poppy123456 Posts: 15,027Community champion Disability Gamechanger

    MR comes before appeal. You do need to wait for the decision but they mostly go with the report so you may want to start to write the MR letter now.

    You should avoid mentioning any lies or contradictions they may have been told in the report, DWP and Tribunal won't be interested in any of those. You should state where you think you should have scored those points and your reasons why. Adding a couple of real life examples of what happened the last time you attempted that activity for each descriptor that applies to you. Once the decision is made you'll have 1 month from that date to request the MR.

    Any complaints about the report should be sent to the health assessment providers.

    Do be aware that most MR decisions remain the same so you'll most likely have to take it to Tribunal. Appearing in person will give you the best chance of a decision in your favour. Good luck.
  • Stoical65iamStoical65iam Posts: 21Member Listener
    Thankyou Guys for your help and support. Just a couple more things, i don`t have a social worker since the NHS cutbacks. I don't want to go into too much detail, but my Mother is my carer and social worker i suppose. At the F2F  i felt  the HP was being disrespectful and rude to her by constantly using hand gestures to tell her to be quiet when she tried to talk on my behalf as i suffer amongst many health issues with mixing with people , social anxiety ,chronic fatigue and brain fog. Is this treatment towards her worth mentioning in the MR letter or anywhere else . I think i can get some more support from my GP , is it worth keeping him informed  asap or delaying as this lot seem to show contempt to these people as well. Thankyou.
  • pollyanna1052pollyanna1052 Posts: 1,320Member Disability Gamechanger
    terrrble state of affairs...lies, injustices and downright horrid treatment...yet they continue to carry on with this despicable behaviour....grrr
  • poppy123456poppy123456 Posts: 15,027Community champion Disability Gamechanger
    I'm sorry for the way you were both treated during the assessment. I wouldn't advise you mentioning anything in the report about this because that's not really what the MR request is about and they won't be interested. You'll be much better off concentrating on which descriptors apply and why.

    If you make a complaint about the report to the health assessment providers then you can certainly mention the disrespect then.

    Good luck.
  • Stoical65iamStoical65iam Posts: 21Member Listener
    Thanks again Guys for giving up your precious time and showing some love in these stressing times. Kind regards
  • Stoical65iamStoical65iam Posts: 21Member Listener
    In reference to your helpful advice poppy ,i'm reading through this horrible pip report again trying to ready myself for the MR letter of appeal coming my way. I've taken onboard as you advised concentrating on the descriptors that apply to me and why , and i've noted not to bring up any lies that the 'dishonest ' HP wrote down . However it is infuriating me knowing what is being ignored . So it is also very noticable here that things happened during my F2F that have been clearly omitted from this report , that surely shouldn't  have been allowed to happen.(  I'm now sorry i didn't record the assessment. Perhaps a video camera would have been much better given his rude behaviour and gesturing ). It's obviously quite clear they have an nefarious agenda here, but i feel i should at least allude to these omissions in my MR letter, if just to feel better in myself, and maybe strike the conscience of a decision maker who hasn't gone rogue. 
  • poppy123456poppy123456 Posts: 15,027Community champion Disability Gamechanger
    They won't be interested in what happened during the assessment. You can't prove something did or didn't happen because it will be your word against theirs and the HCP most likely won't remember you anyway because they assess so many people.

    You're much better off leaving all that to the complaint and concentrate on the descriptors that apply and your reasons why because this is all DWP and Tribunal will be interested in.

    For future reference you can't video record an assessment but you can voice record it. Before doing this you need to tell the health assessment providers at least 48 hours before the assessment and use the appropriate recording equipment, which is 2 CD/tape recorders because you need 2 identical copies and 1 must be handed in at the end.
  • Stoical65iamStoical65iam Posts: 21Member Listener
    Shame about much of which is happening and is allowed to continue with these PIP procedures. Hopefully they someday get their comeuppance for their appalling behaviour and cruelty to the most vulnerable and deserving of support.' United Kingdom ' ... Please , what a joke ! . Anyway, thanks again poppy for your insight and support. God bless.
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