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Not All Assessors Are Cruel-A Positive Tale

February 13, 2018


We have all heard the horrible accounts of claimants suffering at the hands of the DWP, the endless distress it causes many cannot be minimised or the deaths that have occurred primarily amongst those with Mental Health Conditions. When I had the offer of a claimant to give me access to a assessment that was recorded I jumped at it. I made a promise not to disclose their ID or personal information under DPA. Many will know the dread filled moments of the’ brown envelope syndrome of the dreaded ‘WCA’ assessment coming through the letterbox.

However the questions I felt would be worth documenting  for the many who face this barbaric process and I’m glad I did as for once, this would give an insight into the type of things a claimant was asked, rather than hearsay on social media.The claimant was assessed by a Nurse who gave her name…

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  1. February 14, 2018 12:15 am

    >”Client is in severe distress at this point and crying uncontrollably at this point”

    >”Client in obvious distress and crying and unable to cope to answer coherently.”

    So blueannoyed thinks that’s ok does it?
    “Not All Assessors Are Cruel” and “A Positive Tale”
    Pro-DWP garbage.

    UN Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment

    >”The claimant was assessed by a Nurse”
    So ZERO mental health qualifications from that Vulnerable Adult Abusing, hate criminal “Healthcare Professional” Fraudster.
    Medical Act 1983 –
    Penalty for pretending to be registered –
    Penalty for pretending to hold a licence to practise –

    >”I am know this claimant felt traumatised, but that wasn’t down to the assessor.”
    “Just following orders”

    >”the assessor….. acknowledged the client’s distress”
    Did the abusing sicko just sit there with one hand down it’s pants?

    >”I was pleasantly surprised that for once, the claimant was not
    >put under any unreasonable duress by the assessor”
    Reality free liar.

    >”This claimant was clearly lucky the assessor showed some consideration
    >and compassion,however the outcome of this is still to be decided ”
    A polite smile then a stab in the back.

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