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    DWP Releases PIP Assessment Guidance

    Taken from...http://www.hardesthit.org.uk/



    The DWP recently released the guidance that was produced for providers carrying out assessments for Personal Independence Payment (Atos and Capita).

    Download PIP Assessment Guide (PDF, 758KB)

    We are aiming to read and analyse the content of this current version of the guidance within the next few weeks. An update will be posted as soon as this analysis is complete.
    The guidance is intended to supplement the contract documents agreed with providers as part of the commercial process. It provides guidance for health professionals carrying out assessment activity and for those responsible for putting in place and delivering processes to ensure the quality of assessments.

    The DWP have stated that this guidance will be refined in the run up to the implementation of Personal Independence Payment and that updated versions will eventually be released on the Personal Independence Payment Policy Page.
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    Paul,

    not w*lly waving but I'd posted this previously:

    http://www.youreable.com/forums/show...Guide-Jan-2013

    Obviously I posted it in the wrong place, doh!

    Here's the link so any future editions can be spotted:

    http://www.dwp.gov.uk/policy/disabil...ment-criteria/

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    Ayyyup Both...No arguing! After reading 1st post some days ago, brought it to the attention of another website (regarding Mr. Y example and awarding him enhanced mobility' in the example referred to. Also to attention of number of peeps I follow on twitter who also had some interesting interpretations of example that weas being discussed.

    All I can add is that there is still a great deal to be understood by this 3rd draft of PIP regs and a number of groups are going to bne picking through it, in great detail. As much of it cannot be understood in its present form, even some of the examples seem to contradict themselves, until such time as they are described, albeit in great detail which can take alot of understanding (and many spoons), it will be worthwhile awaiting until such explanations have been prepared and ready to read, in laymans terms.

    Until, then...remember me...I want some of the credit that it being chucked around (this part post is a joke and meant to put smile on faces) :-)

    Meanwhile, take care...and remember, once these groups have gone through to explain this documents contents (whihc are over 125 pages) I would relax and try no to worry about the matters just yet.

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    You can willy wave all you want, I don't really care if posts are repeated at least it means more people will read them.
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    Paul, Indeed, that is what sites like these are for...raising awareness and helping each other out. But as for W***y waving, not something I do whilst on laptop...for 1, it's my partner who has to do all the typing...(Yes I know there is a joke in there somewhere, bit I'll let things be at moment)!!!!

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    lol that did make me smile
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    Just wondering what us Ladies are supposed to wave.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dun serving View Post
    Paul,

    not w*lly waving but I'd posted this previously:

    http://www.youreable.com/forums/show...Guide-Jan-2013
    Didn't mean to take your thunder , I've been away from work since last Monday so hadn't received my emails (which this was in).
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    Quote Originally Posted by galeforce81 View Post
    Just wondering what us Ladies are supposed to wave.
    I can think of something
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    07/15-09/17; Skoda Octavia 1.6 Diesel SE-L DSG; 28,200miles; avg 43.9mpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul View Post
    I can think of something
    So can i. It wouldn't be a pretty sight though,

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