Sorry to hear about the decision to end your DLA and not to award you any rate of PIP.
If you disagree with a decision you can challenge it and the first stage
in doing so is to request a mandatory reconsideration. There is some good
information about how to do that here: challenging
decisions. You have one month from the date of the decision to request a
Be clear when you make your request for a mandatory
reconsideration and state why you think the decision is wrong and what you
think the correct decision should be. The decision maker needs to consider
whether you can carry out the activities within the PIP assessment reliably.
This means considering whether you can complete the activities:
Safely – in a manner unlikely to cause harm to
themselves or to another person, either during or after completion of the
To an acceptable standard
Repeatedly – able to repeat the activity as
often as is reasonably required
In a reasonable time period – no more than twice
as long as the maximum period that a non-disabled person would normally take to
complete that activity.
If you think they haven’t done this then be sure to point it
out. It is also worth requesting copies of all the evidence they have used in
making the decision.
I hope that helps and please post back on here if you need
any advice about making a challenge, it can be a difficult and stressful process
but we are here to help.