Results 1 to 5 of 5

Thread: My Pip Home visit

  1. #1

    My Pip Home visit

    Hi all
    In my previous post, I told you that Capita arrange face to face assessment at there centre. This was not possible as I have problems walking less than 10m with severe pain. Last week I phoned them and told them it was not possible to go to the centre. I asked if it was possible if I could have a home assessment at home. I was very surprised they said no problem at all. I now go my visit at home on Thursday. Im pretty wound up as Im not to sure what questions they are going to ask me. As a guide, I had an accident at home resulting me disabled. I fractured 2 vertebral compression fracture of the spine. This left me unable to stand for more than 2 mins. I live on my own and my children put my bed room downstairs. For my toilet needs I have a modern commode with flush I have a plastic wee bottle. Once a week, my Son takes me upstairs for a shower. He has to help me in and out. During the week, my daughter comes three times a day and cooks me main meals. Some day I can manage micro meals. If I need anything I can contact any of my family via my laptop and SKYPE. So basically always in touch with screen view of each other. Is there anything else I need to put to them. My Daughter will be there also to answer any questions im not sure of. Wish me luck and I will let this great forum how I got on step by step.
    Regards
    Ray

  2. #2
    Good luck ray, hope all goes well

    Scotty1

  3. #3
    good luck ray for thursday x

  4. #4

  5. #5

    how did you get on ray with your home visit from capita,have you heard anything back

    Quote Originally Posted by ray_uk View Post
    Hi all
    In my previous post, I told you that Capita arrange face to face assessment at there centre. This was not possible as I have problems walking less than 10m with severe pain. Last week I phoned them and told them it was not possible to go to the centre. I asked if it was possible if I could have a home assessment at home. I was very surprised they said no problem at all. I now go my visit at home on Thursday. Im pretty wound up as Im not to sure what questions they are going to ask me. As a guide, I had an accident at home resulting me disabled. I fractured 2 vertebral compression fracture of the spine. This left me unable to stand for more than 2 mins. I live on my own and my children put my bed room downstairs. For my toilet needs I have a modern commode with flush I have a plastic wee bottle. Once a week, my Son takes me upstairs for a shower. He has to help me in and out. During the week, my daughter comes three times a day and cooks me main meals. Some day I can manage micro meals. If I need anything I can contact any of my family via my laptop and SKYPE. So basically always in touch with screen view of each other. Is there anything else I need to put to them. My Daughter will be there also to answer any questions im not sure of. Wish me luck and I will let this great forum how I got on step by step.
    Regards
    Ray
    how did you get on with your home visit

Similar Threads

  1. Capita home visit
    By harleyannie in forum Benefits - help & advice on disability benefits, incapacity benefits, ESA and DLA
    Replies: 5
    Last Post: 10-21-2014, 10:47 AM
  2. ATOS - Home Visit against GPs advice?
    By phaedra in forum Benefits - help & advice on disability benefits, incapacity benefits, ESA and DLA
    Replies: 9
    Last Post: 08-01-2013, 05:02 PM
  3. ATOS will not do home visit
    By Thomos in forum Benefits - help & advice on disability benefits, incapacity benefits, ESA and DLA
    Replies: 14
    Last Post: 11-23-2012, 01:25 AM
  4. Please help ESA home visit
    By Xworried in forum Benefits - help & advice on disability benefits, incapacity benefits, ESA and DLA
    Replies: 5
    Last Post: 09-23-2012, 07:57 PM
  5. Atos - HOME VISIT - what happens ??............
    By Grumplestiltskin in forum Benefits - help & advice on disability benefits, incapacity benefits, ESA and DLA
    Replies: 12
    Last Post: 09-17-2012, 10:39 PM

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •