What do you do when you can't do what you want to do and how do you find things to do that you want to do and can do? This is an issue I have encountered a few times but have found the balance I think. With not working so much I have more down… Continue reading Hobbies and down time!
aka Personal Independence Payment (the new DLA). I previously wrote about my experience of the PIP application process and how I found filling the form in. Post can be found here. Step 2 is the face to face assessment. I was not looking forward to this. Recently, there once again have been horror stories in… Continue reading PIP- Step 2
Just to say before getting into this post, I attempted to get advice and help for the situation I was in but hit a brick wall. All is semi ok now thank goodness and all is safe. In previous posts I have talked about allergic reactions and allergies, which of late (last 6 months or… Continue reading Itching, burning and needed advice.
It is strange to think how something so simple as a bed can make a huge difference and mean the difference between 3 or 4 nebulisers and just 1 nebuliser treatment. Often, and this is something I say myself as a nurse to patients is that I bet they look forward to a getting back… Continue reading A Good Night Sleep!
aka Personal Independence Payment (the new DLA) This is my experience and my perspective on the application process which may not be what everyone experiences. The time finally came to apply for PIP. That benefit that you read and hear of so many horror stories about. The benefit that so many people seem to want… Continue reading PIP- Step 1