‘I won PIP on paper despite horrible Atos experience’

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Women battling for paper-based assessment have won PIP, including Mrs X.  Here is her story and how she won:

My horrible PIP experience and 16 letters of complaint!

 “I am a 65-year old woman who lives in Essex.  In 2012 I had a stroke caused by excessively high blood pressure (I had no idea).  That night I nearly died and I still say thank you every day that I was spared.  I was left badly physically affected all down my right side and because of where the stroke happened have developed thalamic pain syndrome [severe chronic pain].  In 2013, I was awarded DLA high on both care and mobility.  In June 2018 I received the dreaded brown envelope inviting me to make the transfer to PIP.  The stress of completing the application form was great. My daughter and husband had to do it for me. It left me drained…

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