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PIP Mobility Awards Appear Manipulated.

June 24, 2021

The poor side of life

Thousands of claimants claiming PIP for mental health conditions are missing out on PIP payments because their reports appear to be manipulated.

Research conducted by Benefits And Work has shown that although the award rates rose for a year they’ve now dropped down to their previous levels which have started to rise again.

This is appalling because award rates should not have been shown to fall, they should have continued to rise and staying at a higher level.

Benefits And Work have also looked at the award rates for all conditions that the DWP consider would be affected by mental health and surprise, surprise they’re the same.

According to the DWP’s own estimates regarding mental health conditions approximately 6% of the entire PIP caseload should have moved from no award of the mobility component to enhanced.

Indeed a further 6% should have been moved from no award to a standard award.

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  1. karen permalink
    August 23, 2021 11:48 am

    I had to put in a claim for my daughter who turned 16 in November she has autism and adhd she got no points at all and been 6 weeks for them to look at it again my carets has stopped and income support stops on 16 of September I can’t work as I am disabled myself don’t seem fare to me as I have to put in a claim for universal credit and will be £89 pound we’re of

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