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    ESA questionnaire.

    I got it the other day and filled it in and sent it today. Does anyone know what happens when they receive it and read it? I am ever so anxious because if this. I sent a copy of my care plan, I hope that it helps them get a clearer picture of how my mental health affects me.

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    Sorry if this is in the wrong but I didn't know where else to post it.

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    Not "nagging" really... Suzi's Avatar
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    Did you post it back normally or send it recorded? It'll take a while to get into their system - you can call them and check in about a weeks time. Someone will read it and then they will decide if they need more medical evidence from those involved in your care or a face to fact (f2f) medical assessment or if they can just make a decision based on what you've sent in. It can take ages to get through the system. I always start calling at least once a week from about 3 weeks in....
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    This website gives some info on what happens next. Hope it helps https://www.disabilityrightsuk.org/e...wance-overview
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    I just posted it normally. This is making me anxious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paula View Post
    This website gives some info on what happens next. Hope it helps https://www.disabilityrightsuk.org/e...wance-overview
    Thanks for this, It is really helpful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Honeyflower View Post
    I just posted it normally. This is making me anxious.
    I've just finished mine and will be posting it normally - I've never had an issue yet in 10 years of dealing with it. Don't worry, just give them time to receive it and call them. Even if it's a 'have you received it yet?' type of call
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    Quote Originally Posted by Honeyflower View Post
    I just posted it normally. This is making me anxious.
    I didn't mean to make you anxious - I'm sorry. I tend to post everything recorded delivery but that's just me... 100's of people don't and don't have any problems.
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    Aww no Suzi it's not you that is making me anxious, It is the form and the thought they might send me for a medical assessment I get so anxious about these kind of things.

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