We’re here to help and our Frequently asked questions are continuously reviewed to help answer your questions.
We conduct a fair, accurate and objective assessment of how you are affected by your health condition.
You must first make a PIP claim with Department for Work and Pensions.
If you have a Personal Independence Payment (PIP) consultation at one of our PIP centres or one of our partners’ centres, remember to collect a form for your expenses while you are there.
Most people who claim Personal Independence Payment (PIP) need to have a face-to-face consultation as part of their assessment.
We want to make sure that you know that you are welcome to have a companion with you during your consultation. A companion can be anyone you choose: from a friend or family member to a support worker or carer. We know that having someone with you can help to make attending a consultation much less stressful. If your consultation is at one of our consultation centres a companion can also provide practical or emotional support while you are travelling and whilst waiting to go in.