The blog is gaining ground rapidly now and as the days roll by more people are coming here seeking information on what to expect from ATOS. Thais great and we appreciate your membership but we need a little more help from you if that os possible.
Being summoned to attend an ATOS functional assessment can be a bit of a worry for some of our readers, that is evident from the fact that the ATOS Medical centres page is the most popular page on the blog, ever. This page is designed to give as much information as possible about ATOS medical centres and what the visitor can expect.
By giving this information we hope to help our readers by forewarning them of anything they may find a barrier, for example. If you use crutches to get around and the examination rooms are on the first floor, it could prove difficult for you if there was no lift. Or you may wish to ask for a home visit as you will not be able to leave the building safely by stairs in the event of an emergency.
So if you have been to an ATOS assessment centre recently please give us a description of access, parking, the proximity of bus stops etc. What the entry foyer to the building is like, are there stairs or a lift, how many spy cameras are there, what is the reception like, are the facilities in the waiting room good or bad etc. The more information we can provide the better off our readers will be.
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