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  1. I am posting on behalf of my auntie who is disabled. She is currently in a private rented house that has very steep stairs upto the bathroom and down to the kitchen. A lot of the time she has to ask family members to help with aid as she cannot move around a lot due to considerable pain she in. She is on a bidding system with Leeds council but has been a long process and has not gotten anywhere with it. I am distrusted by the way she has been treated left almost to bid every week is effecting her mental health and has no support saying she is in a house so isn't in dire need of rehousing. Not only that there has been robberies in the area, she had an attempted break in and now she fears living in her home she doesn't leave the house. Not to boast but my auntie is a genuinely lovely person and she doesn't deserve to live like this I just wish she could have the right help to be happy and live comfortably.
  2. My terminally I'll father needs 24 hour care. We want him to move in with us but our house is too small (2 children, 2 bed house) We are both with housing association new charter, is there any way we can get the ball rolling as we need this to be able to care and comfort our Father the best way possible.
  3. Thanks. Do you have any advice regarding my matter?
  4. What is a reclaim? If I reapply I don't want to go through the medical and appeal again, it was too much pressure.
  5. PIP tribunal and lost by 2 points. What are my choices now? Leading upto and during the tribunal was extremely traumatic.
  6. The DWP haven't sent in their evidence for their side. I have sent in a lot of evidence from medical professionals. Do you know what the next steps would be please.
  7. I received a letter about PIP benefits saying the Judge has decided that a directions hearing should take place on the appeal. They will look at the case and make directions as to what action should be taken by the parties involved before the case can proceed further or be listed as a full hearing. Please can someone explain to me in simple terms what this is all about, the outcome possibilities and any personal experiences, thank you
  8. Im in the same siruation as you are so I would like to know how it pans out
  9. What would I say and ask my local MP if I was to contact them. How can they help me? Thank you everyone for your replies I am very grateful.
  10. I suffer with depression and social anxiety. I attended the appointment with my sister. I am on antidepressants a high dose, on beta blockers and waiting for CBT. I have suffered since a child and only started getting help in the last few years. I scored 0 on everything. How has this happened. We did record the interview knowing last time the interviewer lied about how I answered questions. I sorry for being blunt but feel like giving up on life with no hope everyday is so hard and this is just another worry. What am I meant to do, appealing is such a long stressful process and I don't think I could cope going through that again. It is so belittling. This is messing with my mental health. Please tell me what to do.
  11. I filled out the form from reception with recipts for the taxis. I was told on the phone I could get a taxi and claim expenses if I need to so I did. They did just refund me for a bus I think. Absolutely disgraceful. I had to go with someone and not public transport because of my illness.
  12. They never refunded the full taxi fare no.
  13. The appointment at ATOS is taken by an untrained medical profession but by staff who are usually a simple trained secretary. Citizens advice are very good with cracking down on a result towards misstreatment.
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