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    It is difficult to get PIP for epilepsy, or any...

    It is difficult to get PIP for epilepsy, or any other type of seizure or blackouts.

    The PIP descriptors just don't cover seizures or blackouts by themselves.

    You need to convince them that your...
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    [QUOTE=nukecad;117735]Sorry to hear that shell66,...

    [QUOTE=nukecad;117735]Sorry to hear that shell66,

    It is difficult to get PIP for epilepsy, or any other type of seizure or blackouts.

    The PIP descriptors just don't cover seizures or blackouts...
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    I wouldn’t give up. I’m in the same position with...

    I wouldn’t give up. I’m in the same position with Epilepsy, awaiting my change of DLA to PIP result. I have my mandatory desicion letter ready and waiting, and will then prepare my tribunal!
  4. Thread: A winner.

    by Ronyag
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    A winner.

    So pleased I have passed my tribunal. No attendance from me, and also it appears from the tribunals reply, I did not even satisfy any schedule 3 descriptors?
    Very confused, but I got what I...
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    Well, as we all know, the Assesment is carried...

    Well, as we all know, the Assesment is carried about by a registered nurse. A great job they do too. However they are specialists in none of the disabilities they are met with in order to assess....
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    Yes reddevine, you are so so right. The last time...

    Yes reddevine, you are so so right. The last time I worked, I withheld I had epilepsy. One year on, I had a grand Mal seizure, working with machinery and dismissed upon recovery!
    I just wonder when...
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    Many thanks for your replies. Yes I think I'm...

    Many thanks for your replies. Yes I think I'm confusing myself in the midst. I have been relegated to WRAG and decided after a mandatory decision refusal, to appeal to the tribunal. I am not to savvy...
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    Tribunal and Epilepsy.

    I am currently awaiting a tribunal outcome, to be heard in my absence. I cannot go through the interview. My Epilepsy manifests itself in numerous ways.
    In the meantime whilst browsing my notes, I...
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    Many thanks, that makes me a little calmer.

    Many thanks, that makes me a little calmer.
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    Late tribunal appeal. Beware.

    After my mandatory reconsideration was refused, I was offered after a telephone call to resubmit any further evidence. This I jumped at the opportunity and again was refused.
    I then presumed I had a...
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    Many thanks for both replies.

    Many thanks for both replies.
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    Appeal for tribunal ready.

    I have my tribunal appeal letter ready to send. In the first instance I cannot face going. It is too much an anxious time for me. I am disappointed and concerned that the 'paper hearings' have a low...
  13. Thread: Esa appeal...

    by Ronyag
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    I have had two successful paper appeals. 2011 and...

    I have had two successful paper appeals. 2011 and 2013. Sadly I am pursuing my third. Fingers crossed it will be third time lucky.
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    Much appreciated nukecad (again!) I have one more...

    Much appreciated nukecad (again!) I have one more question please if I may. This will be my third appeal in the last ten years or so. Whilst not being complacent, fortunately I have always passed and...
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    Disappointingly I failed my MR not to be placed...

    Disappointingly I failed my MR not to be placed again into the Support Group. I now have started the appeal. I have a good letter off my consultant advising work can be a danger to myself and that of...
  16. Always been in SG and always paid my NHS Dentist.

    I take it the ESA support group does not give you free dental treatment? I have paid for years?
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    Just idle thoughts about the black side. If I...

    Just idle thoughts about the black side. If I don't get reinstated to SG, what happens financially and reapplying after the year is up?
    Can I actually get back to where I left off, as I will I guess...
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    A massive thank you nukecad. I have sent off my...

    A massive thank you nukecad. I have sent off my second MR, and will keep you updated. You have been an amazing tower of strength to me at such an anxious time. Keep up your good work. X
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    Many thanks for the excellent explanations. I...

    Many thanks for the excellent explanations. I think you have hit the nail on the head. I am needing to tell them HOW my epilepsy stops me working ( as for many it doesn't) and not just I have...
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    No points for Descriptor 3. What is it?

    Can anybody help explain please what the The ESA Claim guide SG Descriptors 3 and explain Regulation 35 to me please.
    I have always always passed these with my epilepsy. On this occasion I have gone...
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