If this is your first visit, check out the community guide. You will have to Join us or Sign in before you can post.
Having difficulties logging in or resetting your password?
Please email [email protected]
Are the horror stories true?
I have an ESA medical assessment early next week at one of their centres. I tried to get a home visit as I have chronic pain which limits my mobility and severe anxiety, hyper-vigilance caused by PTSD & a fear of new places/people. My request was denied. My beloved wife is my full time carer and will be accompanying me. Are the horror stories about these assessments true? Will they ask me stupid questions and expect me to do physical activities? Please would you give me your experience.