My client, aged 23, has just left full time education and claimed UC; he has diagnoses of anxiety, ADHD, ASD and Radiologically Isolated Syndrome. As a care-experienced young person he has a participation and advocacy worker from Who Cares Scotland who has worked with him long-term and believes that the client will not be able to work full time due to his conditions; however he is able and keen to do some work. The JCP work coach had advised that he has a choice about going down the LCW route (he did not have a Fit Note when the claim was made) and has proposed that she refer him to the Disability Employment Adviser instead. I understand that the work coach has jurisdiction over the contents of the claimant commitment and could therefore impose WRRs for less than 35 hours per week, but I’ve not come across this route before – would any reduced hours for work/work search be permanent if agreed with a DEA or might they be subject to variation in future, e.g. if the client’s assigned a new work coach? I’m concerned that the client is being asked to withdraw the declaration that he has health conditions which limit his ability to work or look for work when it’s clearly the case that he does; the only way I knew to accommodate these circumstances is to claim LCW providing a Fit Note which specifies reduced hours as an adjustment qualifying the client’s capability for work.