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The PIP Process Is Affecting Parent Carers Too

March 22, 2017

We’ve just spotted this post on Facebook. It was written by a parent carer who we’re keeping anonymous, so we are deliberately not linking back to the original post. This is how the PIP assessment process is affecting parent carers, as well as claimants.


actually been feeling suicidal today(wishing me and my two autistic sons could go to sleep and never wake up ) today after results of my 19 year old sons PIP assessment came through … they have taken away his mobility component completely … did someone forget to tell me they had cured his autism… the patronising statement at the end has just broken my heart … tired of always having to fight for my sons rights …they are age 19 and 10

4 Comments leave one →
  1. March 22, 2017 11:25 am

    Reblogged this on sdbast.

  2. March 22, 2017 5:43 pm

    So what is Frank Field MP doing about it?

    Why not just send PiP crime and abuse reports directly to The Chair of the Work and Pension’s Committee?…

    That is Frank Field MP –

    As he is a member of Jeremy Corbyn’s gang of criminal abusers remind him of his “Public Duties” –

    especially –
    “5. Members have a duty to uphold the law, including the general law against discrimination.”

    and remind him that “wilful neglect of a public duty;” should get him up to Life in prison for –
    Misconduct in Public Office –


    Fraud Act 2006 –

    Criminal Attempts Act 1981 –

    Homicide: Murder and Manslaughter –


    Medical Act 1983 –
    Penalty for pretending to be registered –
    Penalty for pretending to hold a licence to practise –

    Care Act 2014 –
    Safeguarding adults at risk of abuse or neglect – Section 42 –

    Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015 –
    Ill-treatment or wilful neglect: care worker offence –
    Ill-treatment or wilful neglect: care provider offence –

    Perverting The Course of Justice –

    Serious Crime Act 2007 – Part 2 – Encouraging or Assisting Crime –

    Assisting an Offender – section 4(1) Criminal Law Act 1967 –

    Accessories and Abettors Act 1861 –

    Equality Act 2010
    Especially sections 26. Harassment. and 27. Victimisation.

  3. March 26, 2017 10:07 pm

    Reblogged this on michaelsnaith.


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