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    Reliably, Timely, Safely, etc

    Hi!

    Can anyone tell me if each and every descriptor must cover all of the Reliably, Timely, Acceptable Standard, As often as needed or can it be a combination of them with one or two missing.

    I am struggling to see safety aspects of dressing for example unless you are prone to falls. Socialising for example. How could that be described as in no more than twice the time of a normal person unless they mean the time taken to psych oneself up to actually socialise if you are prone to anxiety....

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    I think that all apply to each descriptor.to get much more detail I suggest you download the PIP assessment guide ,all 155 pages of it .you certainly wouldn't need Horlicks to get to sleep after reading THAT lol. good luck.

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    I believe all apply to each descriptor. it might be worth downloading the PIP assessment guide where you will get a lot more detail -after reading this ,all 155 pages ...yawn...you certainly wont need Horlicks to get to sleep lol

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    Thanks.... They give an example on page 90 3.3.45 about cooking a meal where two of the bits don't apply but two do and they say they are awarded a point score so it seems not every single part of that has to apply. There will be cases where they wont and they show examples of safely and dressing it says ordinarily there are not safety issues. so it will be one or more of the others for that.

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    If they can apply to that particular activity, then they have to be considered, but as you suggest, not all of them apply to every situation.

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