Change of condition PIP

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Change of condition PIP

Postby trigger » Mon Mar 09, 2015 3:32 pm

Hi feeling very confused ! I am on PIP but my condition has change.I have change of meds and starting new ones,neck problems so rang the DWP about it man on the other end said he would send form out for me but it would take a week to ten days to come.
Waited and nothing came so rang again to be told it had changed and i have to put it writing and send any medical letters as proof.
Has anyone else been told that and if it is right who done the letter for you as i worried that if i do it my self they will use it against me.
Many thanks x
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Re: Change of condition PIP

Postby lancashire-lass » Mon Mar 09, 2015 4:29 pm

I phoned up DWP on Thursday 09/03 to report that my medical condition had got worse, and was told they would send out an unplanned intervention form - which would take about 10 working days to arrive. He also said that when I receive the form I was to just report the changes (not list all the past medical history) and to send as much evidence as possible - new medication scripts, hospital appointments, specialist reports, etc.
Nothing was said about changes on how to report.
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Re: Change of condition PIP

Postby funnylady » Sun May 03, 2015 11:34 am

I was told to write with any changes and send proof with the letter.
But I was only just rewarded with pip.
So if any changes I must put it in writing.
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Re: Change of condition PIP

Postby Queenie_70 » Sun May 03, 2015 12:25 pm

Hi,

I know I had to write a letter to ESA to explain any changes, but I am not sure about PiP. I presume it is the same in that you just write, or in my case I had my father write the letter as my writing was impossible to read from my shakes, and I couldn't type, and just explained all my medical conditions that had changed since my first reporting to ESA. I also enclosed photo-copies of all hospital letters, and also GP notes, to show that I was currently being treated for said conditions. Just make sure that you send it to the right office as I have found that they are very slow about forwarding information if you send it to the wrong place.

Good Luck.

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Re: Change of condition PIP

Postby funnylady » Sat Jun 13, 2015 10:06 pm

My doctor sent a letter for me to pip.
About my change of condition Sent Ii of just waiting to here.
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Re: Change of condition PIP

Postby funnylady » Mon Jun 15, 2015 9:33 pm

How long do you have to wait if you send in about change of condition.
Whether or not your entitlement changes or not.
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