Is there any point applying for PIP if I'm working?

snowdropping
snowdropping Member Posts: 10
I'm a new poster so I apologise if this question has been answered before.

I was diagnosed with palindromic rheumatoid arthritis just over 2 years ago after years of not knowing what was wrong with me and doctors (and myself) thinking I was mad.

I've been through a few treatment options and currently take hydroxicholoquine. I thought it was working but just in the middle of a 2 month (and counting) flare up.

Anyway, I'm considering applying for PIP to assist with the day to day managing of the condition.

Is there any point applying if I'm working?

Thanks in advance.

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  • mellman01
    mellman01 Member Posts: 5,303
    edited 30. Nov -1, 00:00
    There's no harm in trying, if you don't ask you don't get so go for it.

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