Criteria for decisions on a PIP re assessment being Table Top or Face to Face.

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Dear Department for Work and Pensions,
Can you please provide the criteria and guidance for a decision maker to decide to re assess a claimant for PIP by either a table top assessment or send them for an other face to face assessment. Would you also include any information given as to the correct advice and route should a claimant's case not have changed medically since the last one, and in the case of those who had a blue badge prior to the original PIP assessment have been re issued another by the council in their area. Would the later be in a framework you can provide to prove as per the last PIP assessment an ongoing evidential mobility issue that scores 10> points on the mobility element of the claim.

Yours faithfully,

Mark Bennett

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