Campaigning anti-poverty charity Z2K is asking claimants to share their experience of disability benefits assessments as they try to put pressure on the government to make changes.
Readers may remember Z2K as the charity that reported the DWP to the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) over its fake news items on universal credit. The ASA subsequently found against the DWP and they have not repeated that particular form of deception.
Now Z2K is trying to put pressure on the government to get on with their long-delayed Health and Disability Green Paper, which is supposed to be looking at how to improve support for people on disability benefits.
Z2K wants you to tell them about your experiences of PIP assessments and work capability assessments to help them explain where benefits assessments need to be changed and why the Green Paper is urgent.
The closing date for taking part in the survey is 28 April.
You can find Z2K the survey here