On its website, Turn2Us breaks down how people will be informed of the DWP’s decision to award PIP to applicants.
The charity stated: “The DWP will send you a letter to tell you their decision. The letter confirms whether you will get PIP, which PIP components you get and which rate, and the amount of points you score in the PIP test.
“Keep the letter in a safe place. You may need to give people a copy when you claim other benefits. You may want to show it to an adviser if you disagree with the decision.
“If you disagree with the decision, you have one month from the date you received the letter to challenge it.