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  1. Thread: Hello

    by buble48
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    Hello All I don't follow many forums, so I am...

    Hello All

    I don't follow many forums, so I am unaware of all the misinformation that Nukecad mentions- however I do agree with every he says about so many of us living mostly in self isolation...
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    Hello Timelord A few years ago, all councils...

    Hello Timelord

    A few years ago, all councils considerably tightened up the application process for Blue Badges. I too previously held an Orange Badge and found the new process very in-depth and...
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    Well done Nukecad, I hope it leads on to all that...

    Well done Nukecad, I hope it leads on to all that you'd wish for yourself, after all the help you've given to so many people on here.
  4. Thread: WFI mix up.

    by buble48
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    Hello nukecad I can only imagine your...

    Hello nukecad

    I can only imagine your frustration and feeling of disempowerment.

    Don't suppose they even offered you a refund of your travelling costs either.

    I know you understand their...
  5. Thread: Seething!

    by buble48
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    It's interesting to read about the disclosure of...

    It's interesting to read about the disclosure of confidential medical details.

    I bumped onto someone whom I hadn't seen for a long time. They intimated they knew of my serious mental health...
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    Also for those of us, who are anxious at the...

    Also for those of us, who are anxious at the sight of a brown envelope arriving through the letter box and this one does say DWP on the back - they are currently sending out PIP uprating letters,...
  7. Thread: Crime Pays

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    I'm sad to hear this has happened your mum...

    I'm sad to hear this has happened your mum lighttouch. I imagine she was shocked and a little bewildered that 'someone' could do this to an elderly lady. Regrettably these days as Beau said an across...
  8. Thread: water meters

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    Thanks redivide, I have, but because we don't...

    Thanks redivide, I have, but because we don't qualify for any income related benefits they can't/won't apply any of their medical usage relief to our bill. Ive even put in a complaint, given we as a...
  9. Thread: water meters

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    We were forced to have a water meter installed...

    We were forced to have a water meter installed and our bill increased.

    We do not waste water, do not water a garden or wash cars etc, just normal usage plus my medical needs usage, which is quite...
  10. Sounds like you may be lucky tomorrow nukecad.

    Sounds like you may be lucky tomorrow nukecad.
  11. Hello jl45673 Um the answer is no, I...

    Hello jl45673

    Um the answer is no, I personally wouldn't use a smartphone app for my healthcare.
  12. Thread: PIP awards

    by buble48
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    Hello Lypton Well done on going to the...

    Hello Lypton

    Well done on going to the tribunal and getting the award you deserve.

    It sounds like you have a few years respite from another PIP reassessment too, as your letter says it is not...
  13. Good luck with 'getting him to remember'. Hope...

    Good luck with 'getting him to remember'.

    Hope you get it sorted and are allowed another chance to move to that flat.
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    Referring back to part of brightonbelle's post of...

    Referring back to part of brightonbelle's post of yesterday talking about people in the support group with severe and lifelong disabilities, I have wondered (take that as hoped!) the DWP would use...
  15. I have read the full article. i took note of...

    I have read the full article.

    i took note of all the families included within the article and of their sons and daughters who happen to have a learning disability and their experiences of trying...
  16. Thread: nukecad

    by buble48
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    Happy birthday Nukecad, hope your Scottish...

    Happy birthday Nukecad, hope your Scottish medicine helped settle things.
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    Hello mzmps I have had assisted shopping at...

    Hello mzmps

    I have had assisted shopping at Asda, but I do try to avoid going at the busiest times.

    I know Waitrose will help too as a young family member is often requested by older persons as...
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    We have a family member currently facing this...

    We have a family member currently facing this issues.

    Should they buy a teeny house, mortgaging themselves to capacity but have the peace of mind of it being freehold with no extra ongoing costs...
  19. Hello ADHDchick There are many of us who visit...

    Hello ADHDchick

    There are many of us who visit this forum who have illnesses/disabilities that are not a good fit with PIP and the PIP descriptors.

    I know I am one of them. I had to go appeal...
  20. Thread: Happy New Year

    by buble48
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    A happy new year to everyone, personally I'm...

    A happy new year to everyone, personally I'm hoping 2017 is better than 2016.
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    Sorry to hear that nukecad. Sympathies to the...

    Sorry to hear that nukecad.

    Sympathies to the poor man who was half way through his, what an awful position to be in.

    So now you await another date to start all over again, no wonder the...
  22. I have sent off my thoughts about being "offered"...

    I have sent off my thoughts about being "offered" employment help and advice while being ILL in the Support Group. I would encourage others to do the same.
    For those who do feel up to taking on...
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    Wishing you a speedy recovery Nukecad, what a...

    Wishing you a speedy recovery Nukecad, what a frightening experience for you but glad to hear of your swift treatment.

    Take care of yourself, look forward to seeing you back on the forum.
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    I too am hopeful this means never having to go...

    I too am hopeful this means never having to go through the anxiety of ESA reassessment.

    I transferred from a lifelong award of Severe Disablement Allowance to the ESA support group, just two...
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    It must be just me then that likes a change of...

    It must be just me then that likes a change of curtains and wall paint every couple of years. Housebound a lot of the time it cheers me up to choose a new colour and co ordinating curtains. I don't...
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