Perhaps we are 'hoist be our own petard' as news from inside the DWP states that internet use now assumes 'social contact' invalidating descriptor 13: Coping with social engagement due to cognitive impairment or mental disorder.
The changes slated from 'Coping with social situations' with three gradients of 15, 9 and 6 points to just one category of 15 points for:
'Engagement in social contact is always precluded due to difficulty relating to others or significant distress experienced by the individual'
or, in other words, total social isolation; was bad enough.
Now there are new means to bypass this descriptor by slyly using the term 'Social Engagement' to include activities on the web.
The disabled have by-and-large been ignored on the web, see google trends if you're in doubt, but niche sites and small communities
however they are facilitated are sure to find this a particularly cruel blow.
Hi don't know how true this is but copied it of another forum... hope they don't mind...
Just cos I can talk to you lot on here incognito does not mean I don't get anxious in social situations esp if I feel I am being judged or watched... How many jobs do you know of where you can ask questions on the web market research perhaps but if it takes 3 hours to do something that should take half an hour don't think you would keep the job very long....