So confused about PIP

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So confused about PIP

Postby pkd1272 » Wed May 29, 2013 6:53 pm

Hello I have read through a lot of the posts on here but am so confused sorry. My friend is a Occupational Therapist and said I should apply for PIP but I cant work out if I would qualify. On a bad day I have to use crutches around the house and my husband does all the cooking, child care & house work. If we plan on days out I have to use crutches and sometimes a wheelchair as walking for more than 1 -2 hours means I'm in massive amounts of pain for days. This is permanent wether having a good or bad pain day.
On good days I manage to do the cooking using a stall as I cant stand for more than 10minutes without pain.

I'm scared that if I apply for PIP and have a good day and can walk without crutches that I would be done for fraud. I am so confused about wether to apply or not. Any help and advice would be great thank you. :crazy: :crazy: :crazy:
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Re: So confused about PIP

Postby clubsound4 » Wed May 29, 2013 7:20 pm

hi,you havegot nothing to lose applying for PIP they can only say no,,you have pain and you know you have it, you wont be done for fraud, we all have good days and bad days but the bad usually outnumber the good, you have difficulty doing a lot of things, I would apply good luck :-D
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Re: So confused about PIP

Postby macca » Wed May 29, 2013 7:48 pm

Nothing ventured nothing gained. Without question apply for it.

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