Meeting to discuss disability benefit delays

By a County Press reporter

Wednesday, April 23, 2014


PEOPLE who have been affected disability benefit issues will have the chance to raise them with the company behind vital assessments.

Representatives of Atos Healthcare, which carries out Personal Independence Payments (PIP) assessments, will be on the Island for a meeting organised by Isle of Wight MP Andrew Turner.

The meeting at 10am at the Riverside Centre on Friday, follows concerns that more than 100 Islanders had been left in financial hardship, awaiting assessments.

If you have been affected by delays in PIP assessments, please get in touch via

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