My husband aged 61 was diagnosed with Posterior Cortical Atrophy (visual varient of Alzheimer's) in 2011. He has received Disability Living Allowance since 2012 at the lower and middle scale, about £300 per month. His condition has worsened and he has now been registered as sight impaired. I applied to get the higher scale of benefit and had to complete a new 40 page booklet as DLA is being replaced by PIP. We have received a letter today informing us that a health care professional will be calling to see us at the beginning of December. I am feeling really nervous about this. Does anyone have any experience of such a visit and what it entails? Thanks.