For more tips on how to fill out each question on the assessment form, claimants can visit the Citizens Advice website.
Latest figures from the DWP show that three million people rely on PIP because they have a health condition or disability which affects their everyday lives.
Thousands more could be missing out – either because they aren’t aware their condition qualifies for the extra help or are put off filling out the forms.
While PIP was introduced in 2013 to replace the Disability Living Allowance, exactly how much someone receives depends on how much their condition affects them.
As the cost of living crisis continues, and inflation sitting at nine percent, any extra cash could be vital for families on low incomes feeling the financial squeeze.
To be eligible for PIP, people must have a health condition or disability where they have had difficulties with daily living or getting around (or both) for three months.