Thought I’d relay my latest PIP experience. The first pip saga was nearly 3 years ago, was awful, took months, the assessment was full of inaccuracies and down right judgemental. The outcome of which was I took the DWP to tribunal and won but whole thing lasted over a year! So you can imagine my dread when this one come round. Well what a different experience. Form filled in and sent off, 10 days later a letter from Atos saying they had assessments free in my area the following week. Assessment lady was inviting, understanding and honest, so much so I thought this must be a trick! Then 5 days later text from DWP stating they had all the information to make a decision. Then 9 days later a letter stating I had been awarded high rate for both daily care and mobility and would not be reviewed until 2026. 7 days later back pay in account. What chalk and cheese the two experiences were. Yes, I sent loads of evidence with the form but no different from last time. It goes to show you, if you have good employees doing their job to the best of their ability and have compassion, PIP can be what it was designed to be! Btw Primary Progresive MS diagnosed 3 years ago.